Letter – Edward Blackett to Robert Booth – 18 Jul 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Jul 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Robert Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      July 18

Dear Sir

am obliged to you for your last letter & In returne have sent you the true & just Carrecter of a great many of your friends I hope in a little time you will see your error & so turne over a new leafe & be in the same opinion with our honest dean of Ripon who din’de with me yeasterday & enquired very kindly after you & Drunk your health he has of late got an extrordionary great stammering in his speech so that some afear he will never be able to preach againe

All this family are much your humble servts pray believe me allwayes

Yours most affectionately

for the honourable Mr Boothe Dean of Bristol

Inclosd picture drawn to the life of a high Churchman of use to all thos[e] who admire originals

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