letter – Edward Blackett to Paul Foley – 4 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 4 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Paul Foley
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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	Newby Octobr 4th 1713


        I Recd the favour of yr Lettr and wish it were in my <Power> at any time to be Serviceable to you in this County am much obliged to you for yr kind remembrance of mr Lodge, and doubt not in the Least Question but yr intrest will Prevale for a Quallification for him 

        You know it is no manner of Charge to the a noble man, and am Sure the Prayer’s of So Good and Pius a man as Mr Lodge is are valuable

         [struck out: ‘I am Sure I think’] you are very much in the right as not to Give mr Wortley any Disturbance in the next Election at oldburugh for it will Certainly Prevent a petition my Sons are much Yr Humble Servts and Pray believe me Sr yr most faithful Humble Servt 

          Have inlosed you a Lettr according to yr desire

For Paul Foley Esqr a membr of Parliamt at his Chambers in Lincolns Inn


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