Letter – Daniel Collingwood to William Blackett – 28 Jun 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Jun 1676
Correspondent: Daniel Collingwood
Recipient: William Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 193
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You will much oblidge me to let my sisters have the Coach to Morpeth one munday where mine shall meette them that day by no one, my horses beinging blooded and put to grasse are not fit at present for the length of Newcastle. If you can serve me in this you may alwayes command him in the like who is Sr

Yr most Humble servant

Dan Collingwood

June the 28 [‘1680 or 81’ added in another hand then scratched out]

My honrd friend Sr William Blackett Baronet att his house in Newcastle these
Year not given, but Blackett had died by 28 June 1680, the year of Collingwood’s other letter. It is tentatively assigned to 1676, since the vast majority of other letters in this collection are from that year

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