Letter – Edward Blackett to Thomas Morris – 28 Aug 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Aug 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Morris
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir                     							Augst.  28

      Upon the Rect. of yr Present I gave you a Lettr. of thanks which I hope came to hand, and Since I Recd. yrs of the 23, and shall Endevour to make as good tearms with Tom Body for my poor Old Servt. Kitchin as possibly I can, I go for Northumberland on Tuesday next, and shall be from Newby at least 14 days but at my Return you shall hear the lowest tearmes I can possibly bring Tom Body to, and I hope it may be to yr Satisfaction, when you are come into <.pr…se> shall be very glad to see you and believe me                            

      yr Assured friend to serve you

For Mr Thomas Morris att his house near the Church att Lambeth in Surrey

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