Letter – Edward Blackett to William Thomson – 1 Jan 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Jan 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Thomson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir                                                    					Janry 1  1709/10

      I Recd yrs this morning, my Son & Daughter Blacket has promised my Lord Castlecomer to Wait on him att Kirklington on Tuesday next, and stay two or three days with him, so I desire you’ll be here on fryday next or Monday next after which will be most convenient for you, and let me know which day you’ll pitch upon by a line by the post boy on Monday morning who I have order’d to Deliver you this Lettr and in case he neglect to deliver you the Lettr you may write a line by the post on Monday night, you need not bring with you the Recovery, for Durham Estate, for will Receive them all from you together, pray bring a Rect from Mrs Cuthbertson and I’ll pay you her Intrest money, with my Service to her and yr family   I am yr Assur’d friend and Humble Servt

Mr Wm Thomson Attorney at Law 

At his house in Coney Street, Yorke

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