Letter – Edward Blackett to Diana Blackett – 12 Sep 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Sep 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Diana Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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12 Sept 1714

My Dearest Dear Jewill

	I doe always receive your Letters wth much satisfaction, am well pleased you lately diverted yourself wth a Courseing, & that you can Ride well upon a pillion, I hope in a little time you’l learn to Ride Single, & then shall Endeavour to get you a fine little padd wch I know will please you well

	I Inclosed you Sometime agoe, the names, & the owners of all the running Horses at Yorke, wch I am Glad came to your Hand

	Inclosed I send you a paper wch will divert you for a little time, all this Family gives their Humble Services to my Lady, Lady Mary, not forgetting their pretty neice, wth amy Blessing to my Dearest Dear little Mitty Iam

	Most Affectionately thine

Give my Service to the Captain & his Wife & tell them they are both very leazy in not write to me Gives my Service & thanks to Mr Shaw for his last Letterr I hope he reced my last

Besure you never fail to Answer my Lettersas soon as possibly you can

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