letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 27 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 27 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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									Newby 27 Octobr 1713

My Lord

      I most humbly thank your Lordship For yr Condolance I must own the great trouble & Concern I am In for the Loss of one the best women & best of wifes are inexpressible God almighty Suppt me in this Sad affliction

      am Infinately obliged to yr Lordship tht you will give yr Self the trouble of Education of my Drst Grand Child, who is the chief comfort I have in this world, yr Ld Ship may be assured whatsoever Sume yr Lordship thinks fit to lay out in her Education, shall be most thankfully allowed & repaid wth all the gratitude Imaginable, all this Family are much yr Lordships Humbe Servts & pray believe me always 

	My Lordship yr Most obliged & most Faithfull

	Humbe Servt 

I desire yr Lordship will please to oblige me wth a line that this Came to hand

For the Right Hobourable The Earl of Warrington at Dunham In Cheshire

pr Knuksford [sic]  Bagg via London     	

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