Letter – Edward Blackett to Francis Pemberton – 22 Jun 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jun 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Francis Pemberton
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sr                                							June 22

      I Recd yr Lettr with my nephew Calverley’s Inclosed by the post from London yesterday morning, as you’ll see by the Inclosed I thank you for Drawing up the Paper, and I think there’s no reason to add anything to it, for tis Exactly well done.

      I designe to send the paper book to York this week to have it Engrossed, so I shall not go to York till the Monday after you have preach’d, <should>  I desire you’ll come this way because twill be too long a Journey for you from Bedale besides we must consider what time to wait of my Nephew Calverley, for my wife will have you by all means to go with us, So you may name your time; Either before or after those you Expect the Bishop of Chester with all Services from here my Selfe & Mrs <Trotter>  I am yr obliged Humble Servt 

      For fear this might miscarry by the post have sent a messenger on purpose with it

For The Rvd Mr Pemberton Att Bedale

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