Letter – Daniel Watson to James Mulcaster – 5 Jul 1746

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Jul 1746
Correspondent: Daniel Watson
Recipient: James Mulcaster
Archive Source: Univ Birmingham MS 692
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To Mr James Mulcaster at Acton.

									Pont-Eland July 5 1746


	I beg you wou’d be So good as Send me a Copy of my Lord Wharton’s Burlesque of Chevy Chase – You may enclose it in a Cover directed to the Care of the Revd Mr Alderson of All-Saints Newcastle – And you’ll oblige

				Your very humble Servt		D. Watson
A Daniel Watson was curate at Ponteland in 1746 having been curate at Edmondbyers and Muggleswick in 1744 (not far from Acton): the online Clergy database http://db.theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/persons/CreatePersonFrames.jsp?PersonID=138259

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