Letter – Henry Cavendish to William Blackett – 29 Sep 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Sep 1676
Correspondent: Henry Cavendish
Recipient: William Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 193
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I receved yours of the 16th assoon as it could come by the post, and I am sory I have not yet thanked you for it sooner in letter, though it was an answer to mine, but it was soe friendly a retorne it deserves several letters of mine to repeate my thankes to you. I am very glad to heare you are in good health and noe frend you have wisheth the continuence of it more heartily than I doe. I shall goe to London a Tuesday seavennight wch is 14 days sooner then I intended. I shall be in London the 14th of Oct: it is privet buseness calls me there. I am really 

Your most faithfull servt


Wellbeck Sep the 29th (76)

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