Letter – Edward Blackett to Mr Fish – 10 Mar 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Mar 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mr Fish
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Mr Fish                							March 10 

      I have Rec’d Sev’rall Lettrs from Mr Parmentier of late, and that he would have been with me long Eer now but that he had gott the Gout, and about ten days Agoe I had a lettr from him that he was finally well Recovered & was at Leeds, and would be with me in 3 or 4 days time, but Since that I neither See him nor heard from him, which makes me think he never designs to do it, pray do me the fav’r <where’d> he is to write a line to him and Acqt him how it’s taken that he Should make so many fair promises & no performances and you’ll oblige    

      yr Assured friend & Servt

Pray give me a line whether you think I may Expect him or not

For Mr Fish at his house att Broatherton nigh Ferrybridge

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