Letter – Edward Blackett to Cecil Booth – 16 Oct 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Oct 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Cecil Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Dear Bro.       								8ber 16

      I had the favr. of yr most kind Lettr, and should have been mightily obliged to you in case we might have had the satisfaction of yr good company much longer.

      All this Family are much yr humble Servts. And pray make mine acceptable to Sir <Saml.> Daniel and Mr Nichols, could heartily wish to see yr Selfe and them at Newby this Summer, and pray acqt. them in case they’ll do me that Extraordinary favour   Will most certainly Returne their visit with a great many thanks.  Mr Jones & the Capt. Give you their most humble service & pray believe me Ever, D[ea]r Bro. Yrs most affectionately 

For   The Hon’ble Cecil Boothe  Esq.Att Stockport in Cheshire

Via London    J Aislabie

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