Letter – Edward Blackett to Edward Blackett – 4 Sep 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Sep 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Edward Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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4 Sept 1715

Dr Nedde

Am glad to perceive by yours that the Ship is paid off, let me know what Mr Lampton, & Mr Jacksons wages might come too, I would not have you by any means leave London till your Accts are past, & Recd what is due to you, I know Mr Aislabie will forwd your Accts passing as much as possibly he can, acqt Mr Lampton & Mr Jackson that I shall be very glad to See them at Newby, & as they have no business to detaine them at London, I hope they may be here in 8 or 10 days time, all here gives you their kind Services wth my blessing to you I am

			Your Affe[ctionate] Father

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