Letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 21 Jun 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Jun 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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Newby 21 June 1715

My Lord

      I am Still Every day more and more obligd to your L[or]dship for the kind wishes for my recovery, my the pain on my side continuing wch obligd me to be let blood & had 12 ounces [struck out: ‘of blood’] taken [struck out: ‘from me last Sunday’] on Sunday last, I thank god I find myself better Since, tho, I cannot turn myself in bed, as yet, without help, I hope I shall get strength shortly, for I find myself much better

      Shall send my Lady Warringtons Picture to York & so shipt for London, directing it for my Son, at his hous at the White hart on bread street hill, wth my most humble Service and thanks to my Lady Mary Robarts I am

	Your Ldships most F[aithful] & mo[st] Ob[edient] H[umble] Serv[an]t

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