Letter – Edward Blackett to Thomas Brummell – 6 Apr 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Apr 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Brummell
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sr								April 6 1710

      I Rec’d yours with the Articles and as soon as I have perus’d and gott Copy’d shall inclose you them againe, I thank you for making that Objection, for I will positively insist upon it that neither of them upon any pretence whatsoever shall be bound for any <bod>, and when you Returne them theArticles you may acqt. them that I do positively insist upon it.

      Am not yet certain whether the money will be Raisd in Yorkshire but shall be satisfied in a very short time, I do not in the least question but Mr Ord or Mr Douglas will Raise the money for a very small consideration, considering I shall give them undeniable Security, I am glad you have forewarded the hoops, You need not pay for them because there is a considerable quantity in Arrear wch. must be Adjusted first, for I cannot well Remember that I ever Recd. any except a parcel about a year since.

      As for what charges you were at in staying 2 or 3 days in London, pray place it to my Acct. As also ord[ere]d Kitty his <that> which you say it cost him.

      I design to make a fall of Wood at Will[iemonts]wike this sap time I wish you could help me to one that has occasion to buy Wood And Mewburne should go with him and shew him the Wood and I have a Servt. there will sell him it. I am

      your Assured friend to serve you

Mr. Thos. Brumell Newca[stle]

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