Letter – Edward Blackett to Charles Hall – 29 Jan 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Jan 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Charles Hall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Mr Hall

      I have sent you your money by the bearer being my old Workman I did Designe you to have the cheif part of the Work upon the late Mallancholly occasion Pray acq[ain]t me what is usuall given a peice for Silk Escutcheons & what for Buckram Escutcheons as allso w[ha]t for sheilds a peice <frontlets> and Pendants a peice for I think the other painters Lets me down very unreasonably for them so pray give a line by the very first and youl oblige

      Your assured freind

For Mr Charles Hall Painter

at the three Cranes in Thursday market
undated but between 29th and 31st. 29th assumed here

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