Letter – Edward Blackett to Mr Wright – 21 Oct 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Oct 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mr Wright
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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	I reced yours of the 19th & I did give Mr Ward order to dispose of the Mannor of Bpp-ton, wth all the reserved Rents & Royaltys & what Agreemt he makes shall be punctually perform’d by me, I know very well that the Yearly value is but £4-1-6., but you never name the right I have to mary Crawforths Lands, & several others who has no manner of Title to shew, If you think it worth your time, you may discourse Mr Ward abt it, & then I shall be very glad to see you at Newby, there is a Gentleman that lives either in or nigh Richmond, I do not well remember his name, did send formerly severall times to know whether I wou’d sell the Mannor of Bppton & that he wou’d give as much or more than anyone & desired the preference but I always sent him word that I had no thoughts than to dispose of it

	I am Sr Your Affect Kinsman & Servt

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