letter – John Blackett to Edward Boldero – 18 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 18 Oct 1713
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Edward Boldero
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Sr 									18 Octobr 1713

The great affliction that this family Especially my Father are in, for the death of my poor Lady, is in Expressible, so ordered me to give you thanks for the kind Invitation of yr house this sad misfortune has prevented this family coming to Yorke this Winter so if either yr self or any Friend of yours has a mind to take the house, he will let it at Reasonable Rent, it stands mighty well for the business, so consider of it, my Father would be glad to see you at Newby, wth my Service to yr self & Mrs Boldero I am

	yr Humbe Servt 

Recipient unnamed but Edward Boldero is inferred from reference to Mrs Boldero

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