Letter – Edward Blackett to William Lowes – 30 Jun 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Jun 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Lowes
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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30 June 1715

Honest Will

      I have been from Newby above these 3 months, & in coming from the bath I fell sick upon the road & was oblig’d to stay their 10 or 12 days thank God since I got home am indifferent well & am since much better

      Upon the receipt of this letter give me an acct of all my concerns in your country, as soon as you have got In your harvest shall be glad to see you at Newby, but if you think your harvest will be backwardly must see you before for am not certain whether shall winter in Lond[o]n or York, wth  my humbl Service to Mr Bacon I am

				Your Assured friend

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