Letter – Edward Blackett to James Mewburn – 19 Nov 1713

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Nov 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: James Mewburn
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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								19 Novr 1713


I rec’d a lettr from Sr Jno with his proposalls for Seaton Lordship wch are soe unreasonable, that I will not comply with, soe my Lord Chancellour must deside it, wch my Councell tells me must certainly be in my favr. for I have a greater Sum upon Seaton Delavall than it is worth, & the Intrest will increase every half year very considerably, you may acquaint all the Tennants that I will give them, what writeing they please under my hand to endemnify them all from Sr. Jno & his Agents.   Let me know what Attorny <they> make use of, & likewise tell the Ten[ants] that I have already fil’d a bill of Chancery against him, Soe I hope it will come to a speedy determination, I hope <xx> have destrained long before this for Hallowell quit Rent, Be sure let the Tennants know what attourny you imploy, that in case there goods be destrained they may goe imediately to him for a Replivin.   I am

				Yor assured Freind

acquaint me with the names of all the Tennants that stand by me, & those that are for Jno.

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