Letter – Edward Blackett to Albert Silvertop – 14 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Albert Silvertop
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Apr: th 14 1714 

Mr Sillvertop [struck out: ‘pot’ in favour of top]

      I have DisCharged mr Brumell for R[ec]eiving my Rents of winlaton Lordship being he did not perform his agrement with me willing to to allow you 20 pounds per year  - providing you will Recd. and make good all the Tenents Rents tho I know there is no maner of <Pander/ Dunder> of aney of their faillings So if you approve this proposall give me a Line and then Shall inClose you a Rentall with my most Humble Service to my Lord widdrington when you writt to him 

	I am yr Assured Frend and Servant

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