Letter – Edward Blackett to Albert Silvertop – 16 Jun 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Jun 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Albert Silvertop
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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16 June 1715

Mr Silvertop

Sr, I have been in the South at the bath these 3/m & am but just return’d, cannot say I am so well in health as I could wish, but I hope a little time will perfectly recover me, the time of the year is now past for cutting of timber, & please God next year shall follow the advice, inclosed I send you your acct signd, & had done it much soonr if had been at home, my Brother I believe did buy a small piece of ground at Bladon wch I have nothing to do withall, when I am a little better in health wch I hope will be shortly you shall further hear from

		Your assured friend to Serve

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