Letter – Edward Blackett to George Mashrother – 13 Sep 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Sep 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Mashrother
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sr     									Sept 13 1709

      I Recd. yr Letr. and pray Acqt Daniel Jackson that we are in the throws of our Harvest, and that he do not bring up any Coales till you order him and when we have a vacant time shall acqt. you which will not be till after Michmas, I have a small Reckoning Standing out with one Caddy of yr Town concerning Glasses I bought of him, the price was to be Referr’d to any one of Judgement , so if you could prevail with any one of Judgement to come to Newby, Should be very much obliged to you for it, I believe I have very nigh paid him the value, I think you never dealt with glass yrselfe but I know you must be acqted with those that does, pray give me a line Concerning this matter by the first post & you’ll oblige yr assr’d frd. & Servt

      Pray give my Humble Service to Mrs Cuthbertson, Mr & Mrs <Rawson> and their Son, and to honest <Mr> Adams when you see him

Mr  Geo Mashrothr.

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