Letter – Edward Blackett to William Shaw – 22 Mar 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Mar 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Shaw
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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							York 22 March 1713/4

Mr. Shaw

Sr.  I am much obliged to you for the trouble you have been so kind to give yr.Self, upon my Acct – Sr. John would not joyne in the Commission knowing it would onely put him to charge, the Commission will be adjourned from hence to Warrington to the 9 or 10 of April, So I desire you will do me the favour, to acqt. Mr. Hugh Johnson wth. it, as also must desire yr. company their to prove a deed from Ld. <War> wch. you are witness commissioners must likewise go to Bowden to view the Register to prove my dear daughter Blackets age, little <Mitty> <joynes> my most humble Services to my Lady Warr. Lady Mary & Mr. Booth & pray believe me yr. obliged Humbe. Servt. pray by the first post acqt. me of the Recepit of this letter.  Capt <&> Spouse give: <his>: Ser[vice]: Self <xxxxx>

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