Letter – Edward Blackett to Albert Silvertop – 30 Nov 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Nov 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Albert Silvertop
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      30 9br 1715

Mr Silvertop

I writ you the 24th, but I believe it is not as yet come to your hand, I perceive by your of the 28 that you have not as yet your liberty to go abroad wch am sorry for as for my writing to my Ld Scarborough I know it would be to no purpose for no Ld lieutent when he is out of the country will concern himself wth any thing that happens their, but refers it to his deputy lieutents & the Justices of the Peace, inclos’d I send you a letter wch read, seal, & send by a carefull hand to be delivered & tho I have no acquaintance wth the Capt, yet I believe he will not deny me such a request, being so well acquainted wth his father, write me wether I must direct my letts as formerly or inclose them to Mr Wilkinson, my last lettr I ordered my Servt Mewburn to deliver wth his own hand at your house at Stella, I hope the inclosed will do you Service wch I heartily wish being I am

	Your assured f[rien]d to Serve you  EB

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