Letter – Edward Blackett – 27 Nov 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Nov 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Newby 29 9br 1715

My Dearst Missy

I am glad to perceive by yours this day that the Rebells hath left your neighbourhood, and that my d[ea]r Mitty is not likely to be frightened by them any more as for your Cousin Sr Wm he was not amongst the Rebells nor does any one know where he is, for he hath not appear’d publickly since their first Rising, all this family are very well & give you their best Services as also to my Ld & the Ladys, wth my blessing to my dr Mitty I am

	Your m[os]t affct GrandPapa  EB

Tell the Capt that I take it very ill from him that he did not give me an Acct of all the transactions at Preston, he being so nigh them, with my Service to him & good good Mrs Millington

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