Letter – Edward Blackett to Marmaduke Wyvall – 3 Jun 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Jun 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Marmaduke Wyvall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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June 3 1711


      Am become the Petitioner on the behalf of one of your officers Daniell Thompson who your Kinsman Late dean of Ripon had a particular Kindness for he has been for some time Employd in Lincolnshire & soon after removd by his Collecter into the Marsh nigh Brough which I p[er]ceive is the very worst part in that Collection in the whole County shall Esteem it as a particular favour if youd pleas to order him to any Collection in this County Either Leeds Richmond or to what other place you please & shall always own the obligation I am Sr

      Your most faithfull humble servt

For Sr Marmaduke Wyvall Bart at the Excise Office London

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