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title:“Luther Martin to Nicholas Low”
authors:Luther Martin
date written:1787-7-1

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Martin, Luther. "Letter to Nicholas Low." Supplement to Max Farrand's The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. Ed. James H. Hutson. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. 141. Print.
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Photostat, Maryland Historical Society

Luther Martin to Nicholas Low (July 1, 1787)

Philadelphia July 1st 1787
Sir:
I procured a Judgment to be ordered up in your Suit on the Terms proposed at our last Court.
The Gentleman who on your behalf employed me in the Suit informed me on a Judgment being obtained I should receive twenty Guineas as a fee for my Services. I have as yet received nothing, on the contrary have in the first Instance to answer to the Different Officers the Costs of prosecuting the Suit as you live out of the State of Maryland.
I am at present attending the Convention in this City and shall be for a considerable Time. A Remittance to me in this City or a Draught on some your Correspondent here for the above Sum would be particularly acceptable as I never wanted it more.
Your very humble Servant Luther Martin

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