Letter – Edward Blackett to William Wilson – 8 Oct 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Oct 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Wilson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Mr Willson 							ctober 8 1710


Before Mr Sanders went to London he told me that seeing his brother was dead that he Desird you that when I had occasion for any salt fish Ling or Codd that you would do me the favour as to procure them for me pray let me know by a line by the post Direct for me at Newby nigh Burrowbridge when will be the propperest time to send for them & my neighbour S[i]r Tho Tankard will Likewise send a servt I am S[i]r

      Your very humble servt

For Mr Willson at Whitby

When you se[e] Mr Smith pray give my humble service & thanks to him for the wine he sent me

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