Letter – Edward Blackett to Charles Tancred – 22 May 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 May 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Charles Tancred
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      I rec[eive]d yours of the 19 am sorry to hear you had so Ill a journey in your returne am much obligd to you for Discourseing Doctor Ratcliff upon my acct pray give my most humble service to him & acq[ain[t him that a day or two after you went from hence my Diziness in my head & the shakeing in my hands & limbs Intirely left me so I thank god at present I am p[er]fectly well as ever I was in my life only I have a very Indifferent stomach if the doctor pleas to order w[ha]t I shall take to create me an appetite shall be mightily obligd to him

      I p[er]ceive you sent my sent the Cloath by the richmond Carrier but you do not write his name had a box lately miscarried from London by the Carrier which was great Inconveniencey to me tho I mad the Knave make good what the severall things Cost me Mr Jones gives you his service & pray beleive me allways

      Your faithfull humble servt

For Mr Cha Tanckred Wollen Draper in Covent Garden
Undated, but between 20th & 23rd May. 22nd used here

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