Letter – Edward Blackett to George Booth – 31 Oct 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Oct 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Oct 31 1714

My Lord

      I am mighty Glad to hear, of your Lordships safe return to Dunham, and tha[t] you found all your family in good health which pray continue

      All this Country is in great hurrey about making Intrest both for the Country and the severall burrows, being their is opposition [to] most of them, wee Expect the parliament wa[s] to be dissolved next week, I hope in a little time the Elections will be over then I designe god willing to goe to York for the remainder of the winter, with my most humble Service to your Lordship & family my Blessing to my Dear little mitte I am

      Your Lordships most faithfull and most obedi[ent]

      Humble Servt

For The Right Honble the Earl of Warrington At Dunham In Cheshire

via London

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