Letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 8 Jun 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Jun 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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My Lord							June – 8 – 1714

	I have the Honour of yors. of the 5th - & - am very Glad yor. Lordship hath reced yors. moneys of yor. uncle George Booth, I hear that he Should Say, that notwithstanding yor. Lordship had got a decree agt him, he would never pay one Farthing but live in a privilege place till yor. Lordship would come to his terms, but am Glad it is otherwise.

	I designe God willing, my dear Jewill Shall begin her Journey to Dunham on the  - 23 – of this month, & I hope the next day She will come Safe to yor Hands, Inclosed will give your Lordship an account why She does not begin her Journey Sooner, for I must make Use of my Coach Horses to Calverley, for haveing not made use of a Horse this many Years past wth. all our Humble Services to yor. Lordship & Family I am.

	Yor Lordships most faithfull & most Obedt. Humble Servt

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