Letters – George Allgood to Captain Midford – 20 Nov 1725

Document Type: Letters
Date: 20 Nov 1725
Correspondent: George Allgood
Recipient: Captain Midford
Archive Source: NRO ZAL 57/12
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Capt Midford,

Sr William Blacketts affairs are soe pressing upon me that I am not master of a moments time at present <.oid pull it out on power … Dyn ..> with you next Munday as I fully intended but hopeing to finde an opportunity to make good my promise to you <.. …> time that week of wch you shall have a right notice from 

	Yr most faithfull Servat  


20th Nov 1725
rough draft of letter

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