Letter – Edward Blackett – 25 Dec 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Dec 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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the perpetuall advousance [advowson] of the Living of Hurwort did belonging to Colonel buyerley and one mr Jenesson and allwayes p[re]sented it by turn’s the last turn was the Colonel, bt a long time before mr Chambr dyed mr Jenesson not only Sold the next turn but his part of the p[er]petuall advouance to mr Chambr’s Curate which troubled the old Sr very much & I believe was more Concern’d for his Son, if I could have served you in this or in any thing Else pray believe me allways Sr would do it Efectually

      Sr yr Real fr To Serve you 
Dated by sequence between 25 Dec and 1st Jan. 25 Dec used here.

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