Letter – Edward Blackett to William Thomson – 5 Feb 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Feb 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Thomson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir       									Febry 5

      I perceive by yrs that the usual way of proceeding in such Cases as mine are first to Serve out a writ of Entry, and then compound the Fine, and if I think the Fine Extravagant may stop there and proceed no further, So pray lett that be done, I expect Every post to have a Lettr both from Mr Aislabie and Mr Stockdale, however you need not defer the business upon that Acct. for I know they will both make it their business to Compound the Fine for as little as possibly they can   My humble service to all yr good family   I am Sir yr Faithful humble servt.

Mr Wm Thomson Yorke

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