Letter – John Blackett to Stephen Coulson – 4 Jan 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Jan 1714
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Stephen Coulson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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								Newby 4 January 1714

Mr. Coulson


      My Father Recd. your letter, & gives you many thanks for yr. care in Sending a Messengor to Seaton Delaval, if William Lows or any other Steward has paid you any mony upon my Fathers Acct., you are desired to pay Fifty Pound to Mr. Bernardeau & accquaint him tis upon the Acct. of Mr. Richd. Gowland Post Master of Borrowbridge, but if no mony is paid into yr hand, order James Mewburn when he comes to Newcastle to pay Mr. Bernardeau Fifty, & acquaint him tis for the acct. as above, pray my Service to yr. partners wishing you a happy New Year I am

	Sr. yr. obliged Humb Sert.
Assumed to be from son John, living at Newby by then

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