Letter – Edward Blackett to John Marshall – 25 Dec 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Dec 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Marshall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir                        								Dec   25 

      My friend Mr Pemberton has writ lately to one Mr Wilton, who lives att the 3 Cranes in Thames Street to send me down a hhead of Choice apple and to ship them in the first York vessel, Directed for me to be left with Wm Scott Crane Mastr of Yorke, I desire you’ll give yrselfe the trouble upon Rect hereof to go to Mr Wiltons, and desire him to get the fruit ready with all possible speed , and ship the hhead in the first Yorke vessell, I am sure there’s a Yorke Hoy  goes off every week, pray inquire before you go to him and Acqt him as also as soon as the hhead is shipt let me hear from You and the master of the ship’s names, and you’ll much oblige  yr Assured friend  and Servt

For Mr Jno. Marshall att the Ship 

On London Bridge

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