Letter – Edward Blackett to Jack Scott – 6 Mar 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Mar 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Jack Scott
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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March 6

Mr Scot

      I rec[eive]d yesterday two h[ogs]h[ea]ds full of bottles markd on EB & the boatman saith you told him they were for me I have had no advice of them so pray let me know by the post b[o]y (who is the be[a]rer hereof) If you know from whence they come pray Informe me w[ha]t the Knaresbrough people pays p[er] Tunn for freight water idge & Craneidge from London Excuse this trouble from

      Your Assured freind & servt

For Mr Jach Scot Yorke
Scott was the crane master at York

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