Letter – Edward Blackett to Thomas Livingston – 9 Jan 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Jan 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Livingston
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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January 9 1710

My Lord

      I rec[eive]d the favour of your Lordships of the Currant & am very Ambitious to serve your Lordship upon any acc[oun]t & I have this day wrote to severall of my Acquaintance that are parliam[en]t men that I shall take it for a particular favour their Attendance at the house of Commons on the 23 Instant & to Assist your Kinsman Mr Levingstone what lies in their powers Am glad of Any oppertunity wherein I can render your Lordship the least service to Assure you that I am with all respect

      Your Lordships Most faithful humble servt 
Possibly Thomas Livingstone 1st Viscount Teviot (see letter March 1711 to Mr Livingston).

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