[Appendix C(4) 1792 Report of Commissioners of Inquiry]
LETTER from JOHN QUAYLE, Esq.
GENTLEMEN, Rolls Office, Castle Rushen, the 17th day of October 1791.
PERMIT me to inform you, that having carefully perused, examined, and considered a certain letter addressed to you, and dated the 13th instant, containing a sketch of the history of the constitution and government of this isle, by Sir Wadsworth Busk, Attorney General ; and I verily believe, such letter contains, in brief, a just representation of facts ; and as I concur intirely with the Attorney General in the principles and reasoning therein advanced, I hope it will be thought unnecessary for me to trouble you on the same subjects with any further observations of my own. in the mean time, I am ready to communicate any other information, to answer your laudable purposes, that lies within the compass of my power.
And am, with great respect,
Your most humble Servant,
The Commissioners of Inquiry for the Isle of Man.