Letter – John Blackett to John Hall – 4 Apr 1713

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Apr 1713
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: John Hall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr John Hall                                         Newby  4 April 1713

Sr	the bearer hereof is my fathers Steward Mr Joshua Curtis has given him all my Accts & is to receive what moneys is Due to me pray Dispatch in Looking over the Accts as soon as possible & what moneys & Bills you give him on my Acct has receipt will be Sufficient I hope there will be no mistake if there should shew it him & will be allowed     I am Dr Sr

when all my Accts is Settled designes for your place to give you many thanks for your Civilities

[Names below added at the end of this letter]

Write the same to Mr Cuthbert Burton  Mr Richd & Nicht Ridley  Mr John Kelley

Likewise to Mr Edward Anderson

Mr R Sutton

Mr Nicht Fenwick Junr

Mr R Reed

Mr Dagnia

Mr N Clayton

Mr H Reay

Mr Vazie

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