Letter – Edward Blackett – 14 Jan 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Jan 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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January 14 1710/11


      Am obligd to you for the Concerne you have for our great loss I must own She was one of the best and peourest [?purest] young woman that ever I heard of but gods will must be obey’d

      Inclos’d I send you the bill of Exchange Accepted as allso Inclosd a letter which I rec[eive]d from Mr Hen[ry} Selby pray shew it Mr Wilkinson & acq[uain]t him that I hear that Mr Selby is very poor & has nothing but that Small Anuity to live upon my proportion you may pay him & Desire him order the paym[en]t of it by the first post I am

      Your assured freind & servt

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