Letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 3 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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						York 3 April 1714

My Lord

I had the honour of yr. Lordships of the 30th past my Commissioners  Sets forward for Warrington on Thursday Next, & I doubt will be obliged to adjourn from thence to Chester to prove my Lord yr. Fathers Will, that you was are his Executor, for I believe yr. lordship has the Originall Will, so that they cannot have a Sight of it I hope a Copy of it taken out of the Court of Chester & proved will be Sufficient Evidence, I desire yr lordship will be pleased upon the Receipt of this letter write to yr. Servt. Mr. Shaw to give them what assistance he can, wth. all our most humbl. Services to yr. Lordship I am

	Yr Lordships most Faithfull & Most Obedient Humbl. Servt. 
Content makes it clear this was to Lord Warrington

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