Letter – Thomas Errington to Anna Radcliffe – 29 Jul 1723

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Jul 1723
Correspondent: Thomas Errington
Recipient: Anna Radcliffe
Archive Source: PSAN Misc Vols
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May it please your Ladyshipe. 			Capheaton July 29: 1723 . 

	I haue not had the Honnr; of a letter from your Ladyshipe Since ye 29 of May last, and I haue writt Six to your Ladyshipe Since that time, I haue paid messers ffenwicks and waters marchants in Newcastle vpon Tine, Three Thousand Two Hundred pounds Since the 27 of may last, to be Returnd to mr. Rodbourne for your Ladyships vse, as I haue aduised mr. Rodbourne of the same, I make noe doubt of it but your Ladyshipe has heard the mallancolly newes of the Sale of the Reuersions of my Lady mary Radclyffes Estate, my Lords Reuersion, and mr. Charles Annuity, wee haue noe Sale for Catle or Sheep, and very litle Trade, and very litle money, and your Ladyshipe may be assured, that farmes must in Course fall of the Rents they are now lett for, all this familly here are well, and giues there humble Seruice to your Ladyshipe and familly, and I am, 

	Your Ladyships most obedient Seruant, Tho: Errington. 

A madame Madame La Countese de Darwentwater Dans La Rue Haute Proche de La Chapell a Bruxells pr ostend to a Londra pst. pd. 4d: to London. 
PSAN 3rd ser, Vol 7, (1915-6), p.82

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