Letter – Edward Blackett to Albert Silvertop – 31 Jul 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Jul 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Albert Silvertop
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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      31 July

Mr Silvertope

	I have writ you three Letters & have not reced answere of any of them, I order’d that in Case the Tennants did not make you satisfaction for the wood they have cut, Immediately to send for a writ for them, & the other I Inclosed you a copy of Sr Ambrose Crowleys Lease which is Expired a long time agoe, I doubt not but you may raise that rent, Inclosed I send you  a copy of Mr Robinsons Lease, the Horses wch he Farms, wheither he has Tennants in them or not, must make good the rent, which pray tell him Soe from me, on receipt of this Letter Give a Line to Yor assured Friend

Pray Examine the Inclosed Copy there must be a Mistake for the the Lease only Charges £22 p ann[um] & the several rentals names £20 for the Farme at Barloe, besides other small rents, which you’l finde by yor rental, as well as by the Inclosed, which w[he]n you have perus’d pray give yor thoughts off

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