Letter – Edward Blackett to John Aislabie – 26 Mar 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Mar 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Aislabie
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Dr Sir 								March 26

      I had favr. of yours and must always own my obligations to you for the great & constant trouble you are so kind as to give yr. Selfe upon my Son Neds prefermt.  I writ to him by this post and  inclos’d him a Lettr. for deliver to the Bishop of Ely, I do not question but he’ll do whats in his power for him, but these great people are apt to forgett, unless Some times they be Reminded;

	Mr. Chambers Son did not bring me any Snuff, I gott it the other day from Mr. Portmouth of Burrowbridge to where I perceive your Servt. Melmerby gave it, All this family are much your humble servt. and I am most Affectly. Yours.

Mr. Aislabie Esqr.

Mr. <Abse> is very dangerously Ill, and tis thought will not over it. 

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