Letter – Thomas Norton to William Blackett – 17 Apr 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Apr 1676
Correspondent: Thomas Norton
Recipient: William Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 193
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      My daughter cannot prevail on the man to wait you att Newcastle till next weeke & p expects 12 de an. I thinke he balleves his <shoitn Hige>

      Her[e]s another that a great Mr of his penn (& saith himself) that adds excat in all accompts, sober & industrious to my knowledge & will be thankefull for £5 if either of these may please you they will attend you. Wth all our best services to yu <….ly seet> good Lady & all <ply> Concludes sr

      Yr affect Brother & humble servt

      	Tho Norton

Our duaghter is <much> discomposed of a little stomach lesse sleepe & hourly molested by a Cough <.ritt … beg yu y caie.. & advise>

[on verso:] for Sr William Blackett Bart Newcastle post pd 2d

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