Letter – Edward Blackett to Francis Pemberton – 29 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Francis Pemberton
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Mr. Pemberton 							29 Dt


Am much oblig’d to you for yr. kind letter I design God willing to be at Newby on Tuesday next, & the rest of my Family that Week, I do not know when my Ld. Warrington designs Northwd. but assoon as I hear he is at Dunham, shall Send my D[ea]r. Missy immediately their, have had Severall kind letters from him Since I came to York, both about his & my own concerns I shall pay Mr Adams Clark for the Copy of the Deed, I doubt not but my Wife pd. him for the writeings being above 2 years ago Since they were drawn if not shall pay him, assoon as my Coach returns from Carrying missy, I desire immediately to go to the Bath for I have been much out of order this winter, & perhaps may See my Friends at London before my return & hope I shall not begin my Journey before till after the Grand Chapter, however tht. depends upon my Ld. Warringtons Comeing into the Countrey I design my daughters Shall continue at York till my return, for they have very good acquaintance in this City, & may divert thm. Selves very well till my return wth. all our humbe. Services to yr. Self & Wife my my blessing to my God Son

I am

	Sr. yr. most obled & faith

his answer say also what day you design to be at Newby 

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