Letter – John Blackett to Peter Aram – 9 Jan 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Jan 1714
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Peter Aram
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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							Yorke 9 January 1713/4


by the first Millby boat you must send the Non <parel> apples, the best send parted from the rest, as also send the two Spi<k>ing boxes when the time of the year is for laying the Garden, must take care for Sods you may get them on Kerby Moor.   Tho. Hunsman must take Care of the Sadle Stoned horse, & the postilion & the Smith of the Coatch horses, must not faile to write once a Week & always let my Father know how my Brother does, the White Scotch horse & the galloway wch. Mr. hooper had must have their Shoes taken off & run at grass
presumably from John Blackett. Peter was possibly Peter Aram, head gardener

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