Letter – Cuthbert Peart to Joseph Gildart – 11 Dec 1778

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Dec 1778
Correspondent: Cuthbert Peart
Recipient: Joseph Gildart
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 4
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Mr Joseph Gildart   Congleton                                                    Newcas.  11th  Decemr.  1778


Sir    Mr Blackett desires me to acquaint you that he has received your Letter of the 6th Novem[be]r last respecting the Int[e]rest due to Blackett Midford upon the £200 left him by the late Sir W[alte]r Blackett     The Int[e]rest upon it is to Commence from the 14th Febr[uar]y last (agreeable to a Letter wrote you by Mr. Blackett on the 26th Novem[be]r 1777) so that there will be a Years Int[e]rest due to Blackett Midford the 14th Febr[uar]y next w[hi]ch Mr. Wall Paper Buildings Temple London has directions to pay on or about that Time & for the future to continue the Payment of it half Yearly on a proper Receipt being given which Mr. Wall will take Care to prepare only it will be necessary that a Certificate be produced that Blackett Midford is living.   I am etc    CP

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