Letter – Edward Blackett to Thomas Lee – 27 May 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 May 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Lee
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Mr Lee                   							May 27

      Am sorry to perceive by yrs of the 21 that you are quite out of business, Shall give your Lettr with the Inclosed to Mr Dean of Ripon who is Sr Marmaduke Wyvills uncle, he is Expected from London within a month and then application will be made to him on yr behalf, So I think you had best Stay where you are till you hear from him, if upon yr Removall of yr Collectn. would have been so kind to acquainted Sr Marmaduke Wyvill with it, you would certainly have been provided for, it would not be amiss if you could prevail with him < yet> to give the Board an Acct of it,    I am yr Assured friend    

For Mr Tho: Lee att Atherstone

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