Letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 7 Mar 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Mar 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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							York 7 March 1713/4

Ld. Warrington

I had given yr. Ld.Ship an acct. before this of my Son Blackets death, but have been very much out of ordr. my Self, I thank God little Mitty has her health perfectly well, & improves very much both in her writeing & danceing, we all designe to go to Newby abt. the begining of May, & then a little after I designe to Send my dr Jewel to be undr. Yr. Lordship Care & I do not in the least question yr Lordships paternall care of her, wth all our most Humbe. Services to yr. Ld.Ship I am

               Yr. Lordships Most Faithfull Humb. Ser.

To the Right Honourabe. The Earle of Warrington 

In [struck out: ‘Suffolk Street’] the Hay Market London


Sr. Jno. Delavall puts me to all the charge & trouble immaiginable, Shall give yr. Ld.ship a further acct of this matter hereafter
Mitty is Edward Blackett’s grand-daughter, whose parents are both now dead.

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