Letter – Edward Blackett to Edward Ridsdale – 14 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Edward Ridsdale
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Mr Ridsdale 									york apr 14

I thank you for the good account you give me of my affairs In Cheshire Inclosed have sent you my Lord warringtons Lettr., who I Know will be both very willing and Readey to do me all the Service in his power, he is fully acquainted with with this Concern and did this day Inclose to my Lord your Lettr. which you Sent to me from Leeds So you may order your Agent if their be occation to wait on my Lord with my Humble Service who I know will do what your Agent desires of him my Lord has Lodgings in the hay market I perceive Sr. John does not designe to Concern him Self any mor in this affair, So I desire to Know when you goe to London that you may have such of my Wrightings with you as are nececary to be produced in Court Mr Thompson gave his Son the Comission, who goes for London tomorrow with my Service to you and yours I am yr

	Assured Frend and Servant

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