Letter – Edward Blackett to Dr Pond – 27 Oct 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Oct 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Dr Pond
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir      									8ber  27

      I had the favr. of yrs of the 13th but by the last post , the Stamp of the Office on the outside was the 22  So yr Servt. forgot to bring it to the Post Office till that time, there has been a very great Storm for nine or ten days time since you shippd the hopps & sevrall Ships I hear has been lost, I hear nothing as yet of Jno. Halls Arrivall, have writ this day to Hull to inquire if the Merchants there hear any thing of them, I hope the best and when he Arrives and I have seen the Hops you shall have the the trouble of another Letr. from      

      Sir  yr Obliged humble servt 

Per J Aislabie  For Doctor Pond

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