Letter – Edward Blackett to Henry Baynes – 27 Dec 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Dec 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Henry Baynes
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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 Sir                           							Dec  27 1709

      Am very much obliged to you for yrs of the 21st which Mr Wilkinson’s servt brought me the other day, pray do me the favr to write a line to Mrs Squire, and know if she be pleased to let that part of the house she liv’d in in Yorke & the < ….> of the Garden and what rent she demands yearly, and in case she take a moderate price upon it you have a friend that will take it for 7 years but by no means name me

      Pray send me by the very first boat two of yr new fashioned glass decanters, lett them be putt into a little basket, and acqt me by a line by the post & shall send for them to Newby   Wishing you a happy Xtmas and many new years     I am yr Humble Servt

I am very well informed that Mr Brummell looses little or nothing

For Mr Henry Baynes at his House In Coney Street,  Yorke  

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