Letter – Edward Blackett to John Marshall – 27 Nov 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Nov 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Marshall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir      									27 Novr 1709

      I perceive by yours of the 19 that the Workman demands five pounds in hand before he’ll undertake the making of the Table, so shall have nothing further to do with him, I can have a marble table made at Yorke for much less moneys, So I shall furnish my Selfe there.

      Am glad Mrs Squire is willing to pay you <170 £>  So if that Sum be due the Intrest must Certainly be due likewise, so I know no Reason you should abate anything of it.    Pray give my Service to Dr Pond, and tell him I gott but my hops to Newby the other day, they look very well and I do not in the least question their goodness     With my humble Service to all yr Relations  I am 

      yr very humble Servant

Mr Jno. Marshall  J Aislabie

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