Letter – John Blackett to Henry Witton – 1 May 1713

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 May 1713
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Henry Witton
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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                                                                       Newby  May the 1 1713

Sr	some time ago I sent your son Mr Henry Witton his Acct Currt but recd no answer from him therefore takes the freedom to Inclose it to you & desire your Son will examine the Acct & if he thinks there is any Mistake please to let me know what time will be most proper & shall come over & bring wth me his Letters & Bills wch he drew on me as also the bills drawn on me by Messrs Booth & Barnardiston of Koningsbergh by his order I desire you will order your Son to send me my Acct am sure there is no mistake in mine for have all his Letters & bills to Produce under his own hand & I do not in the least doubt but you will do me Justice, pray let me have your Answer which will very much Oblige     Sr your Humble Servant

                                                   John Blacket

Pray Direct for me at Sr Edward Blackets at Newby Nigh Borrowbridge

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