Letter – Edward Blackett to William Hall – 27 May 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 May 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Hall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Honest Lieut                              				May 27

      Am sorry I am not so well acquainted with my Lord Wharton as to take upon me to Recom[m]end any one to his Excellencys favor, So you must have patience till a better Opportunity offers itselfe. We are now likely to have a Peace.  I hope the Earl de Lorrains Regiment is in the Irish Establishment  if not I am afraid youll be disbanded, and I think all things considered you had better not have quitted the <Game>  however if it be in my power to Serve you, you may be assured of a friend of 

For Lieut. Wm Hall In the Earl of Lorrains Regiment to be left at Toms Coffee House

In Dublin, via London Ireland

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