Letter – Edward Blackett to Anthony Kingsley – 21 Oct 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Oct 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Anthony Kingsley
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Newby the 21 october 1715


your Brother Mr Beaumond left in my hand Seaventy Three pounds as also twenty Seaven pound wch I was indebted to you was in hopes of Sending you a bill for the whole Summ but the disturbance in the north makes good bills mighty Scarce inclosed I send you a bill drawn the 10 Octobr by Mr Stephen Coulson of Newcastle for Eighty pounds at thirty days after date, up[on] Mr Math. Featherstone at Mr James Brownes in Crooked lane, wch will be duly paid when d[o]ne, I hope in a post or two to Send you a bill for twenty pounds wch is Still in my hands, pray own the receipt of this letter & you will oblige

      your Humbl Servt

Mr Anth. Kingsley

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