letter – Edward Blackett to Alderman Fenwick – 8 Sep 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 8 Sep 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Alderman Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Mr Fenwick    8 Sept[ember] 1713


      I have longe Expected my German Spa Water, but can hear nothing of it so pray let me know by the very first post, in what Keel you Shipt it & the day of the month For I am afraid there is some mistake, otherwise it would have been at Yorke long before this

      last post I recd a letter from Mr V[an] Meel of Rotterd[a]m wh[ich] informes me that he has two Cows & a bill for me their, but no Hull Ship being at the port, so pray acquaint if any ships are agoing shortly if not shall order them to be shipt for Newcastle I am

      S[i]r y[our] obliged Humble Serv[an]t
Fenwick of Hull

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