Letter – Edward Blackett to Mr Loftus – 28 Mar 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Mar 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mr Loftus
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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							28 March

Honest Mr. Loftus

I heartily thank you for yr. kind Expressions & Well wishes in your letter to my Self & family, wch. I shall always own, I have not had my health very well Since I came to york so Shall not Stay here above a month & assoon as I have Sent Missy to my Lord Warringtons & the Coatch returned, I design for the bath for two months for a rumatick pain I have get In my back & hips, & runs from one place to another, the Servt. wch. you recomended to me acquainted me he would not faile to be at Newby about May day, & assoon as I come to Newby Shall be glad to See you their, pray give my Service to Mr. Pemberton & Mr Witton & his Son & believe me always yr

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