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26 March 1714 My Lord I had the honr. Of yr. Lordships letter of the 23rd, have acqt. Mr. Shaw yr lordships servt tht the Commission would be adjound to Warrington either to the 9 or 10th of April, & in case Mr. Johnson be at chester they will adjourney the commission from Warrington to Chester, Shaw must prove yr. Lordships hand to the assignment of My Dr. daughter Blackets portion, as also her age out of the Register, & then I doubt not but I shall Soon after have a decree, & Shall let yr. lordship know if Sr. John makes any offers for the purchaseing of it or not, wth. all our most humbe. Services to yr. Lordship I am Yr Ld most obedt & most Faithfull humbe Servt.
Content and the evidence of other letters suggests the un-named recipient was Lord Warrington.