Letter – Edward Blackett to Mrs Cuthbertson – 25 Jan 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Jan 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mrs Cuthbertson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Newby Jan 25 1714/5

Mrs Cuthbertson

      Madam, I do not in the Least Question but you’l be willing to take your moneys, which will be due, the begining of April next, tho you seam to think it hard, that you had not longer notice then three months, but if you will Consider, that I have paid you more interest by a Considerable sume, then the whole Principal, so that I think it should Ballance the short notice as you call it, I do assure you that no longer time is given then three months in this part of Yorkshire, but if I had thought it would have been a Convenienc[e] to you would have acquainted you much Sooner with my humble Service to all yr good Family

      I am Your faithfull humble Servt 

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