Letter – Edward Blackett to Albert Silvertop – 26 Dec 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Dec 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Albert Silvertop
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Newby 26 Xbr 1715

Mr Wilkinson

Sr – I know no way how to get a letter to Mr Silvertop but undr your cover so I hope you will Excuse the trouble given you by

	Sr your assur’d friend & Kinsman EB

Mr Silvertop

Sr I Recd your letter & doubt not but Mr Reay will give you a bill when he can draw, & if Mr Featherstone have any occasion for money in Newcastle shall know of him shortly, for this morning I set forwd for London, & shall not faile to speak to my Ld Scarbrough upon your Acct pray God send us a hapy meeting I am

	Your assured Friend To Serve You

You may direct for me to be left at Mr Christr Blackets on bread street hill Lon[don] till I can write you how to dir[ec]t me at my house in London

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