Letter – Edward Blackett to Unknown – 13 Mar 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Mar 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Unknown
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Drst. Neighbour

      I heartily thank you for yr. kind condolance  & I hope to god in case he live that yr. puple will be a great comfort to me & a Credit to his family, am Still obligd to you that you will use yr interest for his continuing abroad wch. is his request & pray believe me Ever

	Yr. Most obedt. & most faithfull Humbe. Servt.

here is a report that my Nephew Blacket is dangerously ill pray acqt. if it be soe or not
undated but took its date from the previous entries of 13th March. The subject appears to have been son Captain Edward, somewhere in the Americas

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