Letter from Thomas Ward, 26 September 1842

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, Sep. 26th. 1842.
To the Authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ in
Greeting,
Whereas, this is to certify that one John Wardrop, member of the Church, and passenger on board the Ship “Sydney”, has unlawfully and unjustly taken with him £3.15. the passage money for Sister Jean McDonald of Glasgow, who was not at present able to leave, and whose passage money we returned to the said John Wardrop; because we received the payment from him, he faithfully promising to transmit it to her— which he has not done, and we transmit this information in order that he may be dealt with, that dishonesty may not escape justice.
Thomas Ward [p. [1]]
, Sep. 26th. 1842.
To the Authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ in
Greeting,
Whereas, this is to certify that one John Wardrop, member of the Church, and passenger on board the Ship “Sydney”, has unlawfully and unjustly taken with him £3.15. the passage money for Sister Jean McDonald of Glasgow, who was not at present able to leave, and whose passage money we returned to the said John Wardrop; because we received the payment from him, he faithfully promising to transmit it to her— which he has not done, and we transmit this information in order that he may be dealt with, that dishonesty may not escape justice.
Thomas Ward [p. [1]]
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