Letter – Edward Blackett to Francis Pemberton – 23 Dec 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Dec 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Francis Pemberton
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      I have a small request to you on the behalf of my Chaplain mr hooper, your vicar mr Thompson, being very much out of order, & not able to officiate in his Duty as he ought to do so is very desirous, to quit his Imployment in the Church, by reason of his indisposition, youl doe me the favour, to give your voat for mr Hoopeer, I have made my request to mr Dean, & the Rest of the Prebends, who I beleive are very willing to oblige me, he is a very honest sober honest man, & I am sure will give you great Content otherwise he should not be recom[m]ended by 

      Sr Your obliged humble Servt 


To the Revnd mr Pemberton Rector of Beedal 

These P[er] Beedal bagg
no date but as it is sequenced betweeb letters of 23 & 24 December, 23rd is used here

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