letter – Edward Blackett to Francis Pemberton – 17 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 17 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Francis Pemberton
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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mr Pemberton									24 Octobr 1713


      I heartily thank you or the Inclosed letter & am mighty satisfied to think tht my r Grand Daughter will be Educated under my Lord Warringtons Care

      I had a kind letter the last post from the Dean of Bristol, he is well pleased that his dr kinswoman will be educated under my Ld Warrington’s Eye

      I had a letter lately from Sr John who appointed the 28 of this Month wch is St Simon & Jude for his friends Meeting mr Norton at Peasbridge, but tht day you know being a great fair at Leeds & he having business at most of the fairs could not agree to it, so I appointed tuesday the 3d of Novembr & shall have his answer on Munday wch shall send you, Inclosed you have my last Instructions to Mr Norton in Case Sr John Cannot rase the whole Sume Princip<ul> & Interest for would willingly have the moneys out of his hand, he being but a Loose chapman, & pray give me yr opinion by the first post what you think Is proper to be altered in it,

      am very sorry to hear you have a great cold going from Ripon, it was a mighty wet afternoon, so I expected you at Newby not thinking you would go home I am 

	Sr yr Most obliged & faithfull

		Humbe Servt 

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