letter – Edward Blackett to Henry Stephenson – 16 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 16 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Henry Stephenson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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	16 Octobr 1713

Mr Stephenson

Sr the Inclosed should have come by the boatman but he went away without Coming to Newby, as soon as you can bargain for a boat load or two of back Barnsley Coals pray send them up, For I will willingly have thm at Borrowbridge before the ways grows bad, I wonder coals should be so scarce at Yorke, they used to be very plenttyfull this time of the Year, oray oerusem seal, & deliver mrs Cuthbertsons letter, ordr a papr to be put above the door tht the house is to be let, I hope in a little time you will get a tenant of it shall send my servt to Yorke wth keys of the Rooms where the goods are I have writ so fully in the Inclosed tht I need add no more but tht  I am

     Yr assured Friend

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