Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Thomas Brandling – 19 Aug 1777

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Aug 1777
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Brandling
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 4
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Mr Thos. Brandling     Close                                                               Newcas  19th Augt.  1777

Sir     I am desired to acquaint you that Sir John Trevelyan intends paying you off the Principal money & Int[e]rest due to you on the late Sir Walter Blacketts Bond in three Months from this note & that the same will be paid in Sir Johns Office in Pilgrim Street.  

                                      I am etc                       John E. Blackett 

(Note in margin)  19th Nov[embe]r 1777

Same Day  _  Wrote to the above Effect to the following persons

                                         Messrs Salmon & Robson.  Governors of Hexham School

(Note in margin)              Revd. Mr Laidman of Warden

19th Nov[embe]r 1777     Mrs Margery Carr,  Carrsgrove  near Berwick

                                         Mrs Eliz Todd at Heworth & Mrs Scott  Ripon             J.E.B.

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