Letter – Edward Blackett to Unknown – 22 Jun 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jun 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Unknown
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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      June 22 1714


I perceive by yors that my Cause cannot Come on but in Course, Soe I wish it had been one of the first enterd, than might have expected that it would have come on in a Short time, I hear it is Entered the twelfth cause, wch is very Backward, Soe I despair to have it heard this long time, & in case my Lord should decree it to be Sold to the best bidder then besure you take care that my Son Kitt bid to the value of the principle & Interest that Seaton Delaval Estate is Indebted to me & noe more, I believe not any will <go wel nigh> that Sume however, besure both yorself & agent take particular care, in this concern & you’l very much oblige

      Sr  Yor Faithful Humble Servt

If any news wth you pray let me have it

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