Letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 11 Jul 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Jul 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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11 July 1714

My Lord

	I hope mine of the 6th came safe to yor L[or]ds[hi]ps Hand, & since Mr Pemberton acquainted me, wth the contents of a letter he reced from yor L[or]ds[hi]p, there is 3-or-4 Boxes here as also some pewter sowed up in a canvice cloth, they wch shall be sent, as soon as I hear from Mrs Millington, who will take care of them at Leeds, though I believe, as for yor Lordship sending me a schedule, I did not desire it, nor would I have yor Lords[hi]p by any means to give yorself that trouble

      I hope to God the Child will Live to Enjoy them, am sure the things are more safe in yor L[or]ds[hi]ps custody care, then if they were at Newby, wth my most Humble Service to yor L[or]ds[hi]p, my Lady, Lady Mary & my blessing to my little Jewill, I am

	My Lord Yor Lordships most Faithfull & Most obedt Servt 

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