Letter – Edward Blackett to Mr Fish – 31 Jan 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Jan 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mr Fish
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Honest Mr Fish          						Janry  31

      I Recd yr most obliging Lettr which I heartily thank you for, pray continue putting Mr Parmentier in mind of his Repeated promises to me in coming to Newby & making an Amendment to his Work, which would be both for his hon’r & Credit, I would not by any means give you the trouble to go to Doncaster, however I desire you’ll write to him often & Acqt him that you know I’ll not suffer him to be a looser in coming to Newby & provided he finish his work well I will gratify him to his own Satisfaction, with my Service to yr Selfe & Mrs Fish   I am yr Assured friend to serve you

      All my family gives you their Thanks for yr kind & hearty wishes for them

Mr Fish att Broatherton Nigh Ferrybridge

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