Letter – Edward Blackett to George Mashrother – 22 May 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 May 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: George Mashrother
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir                                          						May 22

      I have got the Glass very Safe to Newby & very well putt up, & it looks mighty well, you writ me that there was a very fine Case to it but none came with it, so pray inquire what became of it, I doubt not but you have Recd. the moneys for it long before this   With my thanks to you for it

      From yr assured friend and Srvt.

Mr Geo Maskrother

I made  a bargain for a considerable quantity of Coales with one Dan. Jackson, pray will you inquire for him, and ordr. him to bring up his least boat load as soon as possibly he can    I wish you could inqire where he lives that I might write to him myselfe

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