Letter – Edward Blackett to Dr Cousins – 16 Jan 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Jan 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Dr Cousins
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Newby 16 Jann: 1714/5

Dr Cousins

      this morning I had the  favr of yr letter & you depend upon my best assistance in the disposeing of yr monys. I shall have no manner of occasion myself, having a Good Summ by me at present, but shall make it my business to inquire for a safe man tht can give you good Security, you can never Expect more then 5% being you know there is an act of parliamt against takeing more as soon as the Election for the county is Over my self and family disigns for York & perhaps by tht may have occasion wth my most Humbl Service to yr Self & all yr good family I am

      Madm yr Friend & Kinsman to Serve you

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