Letter – John Lindsay to James Standsfield – 21 Jan 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Jan 1675
Correspondent: John Lindsay
Recipient: James Standsfield
Archive Source: NRS RH15 102 6 2
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Jan 21, 1674/5

Take notice wt you writt that the Earle of Queensberry will shortly be there: when his  Lo[rdshi]p is there discourse with him and desire his Lo[rdshi]p to give his proposal and 2 or 3 posts to answer them And as you hinted in a former Letter that you were willing to come in ashare which my friends have prevailed with them to embrace you being myself  concerned with them, enquire of his Lo[rdshi]p if he did not once agree with some towards Darbyshyre who by some accident did not proceed and upon what terms and of this pray give an accot soe soon as you have spoken wt his Lo[rdshi]p keeping it privat from all others.
RH15/102/6/2/175(a). This is an abstract made by Standsfield which forms part of a longer summary of 21 separate letters of various dates from John Lindsay and Co in London that Standsfield drew up early in 1678 (see Lindsay to Standsfield, 9 Feb 1678). Although the writer is not named it is assumed from context to have been from John Lindsay.

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