Letter – Edward Blackett to Jack Scott – 27 Jan 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Jan 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Jack Scott
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir              								Janry   27

      I had a large Cask of <Table> Spirit Shipt before Xtmas on board of the <first fruits> of Hull Directed to be left with you, I desire you’ll do me the favr to inquire whether such a ship be Arrived at Hull or not the Master’s name I do not well Remember, pray as soon they come to hand ordr them to be put on the first Borobridge boat, & what you are in Disbursion for freight etc you shall very thankfully be Repaid by yr oblig’d humble Servt

      My Servt shall wait on you on Monday to know whether you have heard anything of the vessel being arrived

Mr Scott  Crane master At Yorke

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