Letter – Edward Blackett to John Field – 3 Feb 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Feb 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Field
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      I had a Cask of Table fruit Shipt on board of the <first> fruits of Hull John Malton Seni’r Master, & directed to be left with <the> Crane Master of Yorke, tis now above a Months time, & can hear nothing of the Arrival of the Ship, pray do me the fav’r to inquire after them, & in case she be arrived, ordr the cask to be Sent up by the first Lighter for I doubt all the fruit will be spoil’d, I hope you’ll pardon this trouble  I am Sir  

      yr obliged humble servt

For   Mr Jno. Field, Merchant  In Hull
Undated but letters before and after are 3 February

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