letter – Edward Blackett to William Fenwick – 25 Sep 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 25 Sep 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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	25 Sept 1713

Mr Wm Fenwick

Sr I perceive form yrs of the 23th [sic] tht you delivered my cattle to my Servt, am sorry tht one of the cows got a strook, I doubt it will hinder her travilling by reason as they are not yet come to Newby, I have paid Mr Baines according to yr order six pound six shillings & one penny half penny, am troubled you have not set down the postidge of yr letters when yr occasions calls you on this side of the country shall be mighty glad to see you at Newby wth a thousand thanks for the trouble given you by

            Sr yr Humble Servt 

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