Letter – Edward Blackett to Mrs Cuthbertson – 6 Jul 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Jul 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mrs Cuthbertson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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      I perceive by my Boy that you’l want a Lodgeing room duering the Horse races

You may always depend, of a room in my House, & as long as you please duering my Lease my Family will be in Yorke at that time & I likewise expect my nephew Blacket & his Horses soe that most of the rooms & Stables will be taken up except that wch you have, pray acquaint Mrs Mashrother, that if any of the rooms, wch my Servts laid in, may be Serviceable to her, She may have them, wth all our Services to yo[u]rself, daughter, & Mr Thompsons Family, I am 

	Yor Assured Friend & Humble Servt

For Mrs Cuthbertson	Yorke
undated but in sequence between others of 6th July.

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