Letter – Edward Blackett – 12 Jul 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Jul 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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Newby 12 July 1715


I am very much oblig’d to you for the care you have taken in my concerns, Especially in discoursing Mr Cole about hartly & Seaton syths, & I hope you will find an opportunity to drink a bottle or two wth him before you leave the Town, you may acqt him likewise that I do not doubt in the least doubt his Graces friendship, in admitting me one of his tenants as soon as any other, pray faile not to bring down the decree, as also the writings I gave you when you went last for London some time since, I heartily thank you for the news you sent me, & desire the continuance of it as long as whilst you stay in Town, & you will very much oblige Sr your faithfull humbl Sert

acqt me whether if you have seen Mr aislabie & if he inquired after me or not

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