letter – John Blackett to Mrs Cuthbertson – 14 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 14 Oct 1713
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Mrs Cuthbertson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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	Octobr 14: 1713

Mrs Cuthbertson

The great affliction wch has happened this Family will prevent my Fathers Comming to Yorke he is so much concerned tht he ordered me to desire you will Endeavoir to let your house & dispose of the goods wch mrs Millington brought as you think convenient all but the Scrutore For we have occasion for one here, my Father is Informed tht mr Boldero would take the house being much nigher his business as his friend but he could wish you could get a Tenant more to yr likine  said then he thinks he would be Pray order a paper to be set upon the Door the house is to be let, I think there is no question of a Tenant being the house Stands so well at so Easy a rent wth all Services from hence to yr Self & Daughter I am 

               Yr Very humble Servt 


mr Stephenson & Goulden was at the buying of the goods & will assist you in the dispoing of thm & shall send you a particular charge what they cost If you please to give yr Self the trouble 

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