Letter – Edward Blackett to John Marshall – 14 Feb 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Feb 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Marshall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir        								Febry 14  1709

      Inclosed I send you a Bill of Exchange for the £8.18.0 wch I perceive I am indebted to you , I wish the oysters come sweet wch I very much doubt, I would you would putt them into a hamper, for you may be sure the sailors will open it and take what they please, pray advise me when the Ship went down the River, as also how long the Oysters will keep sweet in there Barrells, for I have rarely any goods that Shipt at London that are not six weeks at least eer they come to hand   All this family give you their humble service to yr Selfe & Relations and I am Sir  yr obliged humble Servt

Mr John Marshall London

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