letter – Edward Blackett to Mr Loftus – 18 Sep 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 18 Sep 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mr Loftus
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Honest Mr Loftus

I heartily thank you for yr most obliging letter, & perticuluirly for yr kind inquiring after my Wifes toe wch I am afraid is worse then we think oft, I have sent both for Dr Prescot & Dr Burbeck not to faile to be here on munday next tis thought they will be forced to cut it off, pray God send her a good amendmt of it, all this family gives you their kind services & believe me always 

      Yr Real Friend to Serve you

I perceive the Servt tht you are [sending] to help me, has got a fit of an ague, I hope there is no danger but he will prove well haveing so good a character, so assoon as he is Recovered should be glad to see him at Newby.
Undated but in sequence between 18th and 20th. 18th used here.

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