Letter – Edward Blackett to Thomas Brummell – 7 Aug 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Aug 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Brummell
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      August 7 1710


      My last was July 31 wherein I Desir’d you to Enquire out the best H[ogs]h[ea]d of Clarret in town & let me know the lowest price of it but since I have heard nothing from you I would have it a strong boddied wine that wine w[hi]ch Mr Postmaster had of him was in bottles, & but a small wine p[er]haps he may have stronger wine in his Cellar which pray know of him I believe mewburn will Certainly be in town so upon receipt of this letter pray send your servt to his Osthouse to Enquire after him & pray give him the I[n]clos’d

      I am Your assured friend & servt

For Mr Tho Brummel at his house in Pilgrim Street

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