Letter – Edward Blackett to John Ward – 29 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Ward
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Mr. Ward							York 29 April 1714

I perceive by yrs tht you have sent Mr. Darcy a letter, by a Safe hand, am Sure if he Sent a Servt. over to See him he would not go without him, he was a backerley Calf & is not 3 years old till MidSummer, I cannot Convenietly keep him, so pray dispose of him for £8 or 8 Guinys, or more if you can get it, pray take an opportunity to See Mr. Manliverer at his own house, assoon as conveniently you can, & you will oblige

	yr. assured Friend

I am glad you have made an End wth. poor Johnson I design God willing to be at Newby on Tuesday Next,

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