Letter – Edward Blackett to James Mewburn – 11 May 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 May 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: James Mewburn
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      May the 11


      Fail not gett a bill of Mr Fenwick for £40 att 10 or 15 days after Date, & acq[uain]t him shall have occasion for the Ballance of his Acct in a very short time, am sorry Sr John & Mr Rogers should have any difference, would be much better for them both to be as good Friends as his father & Sr Jno was, I will order Mr Ward to meet you att Stagshaw Bank att the Fair day, & go with him to Willwick [Willemontswick] and shew him all the work that Will Lowes did at the Water last year as also what is to be done In Fenceing the water of this Year, You & he & Will Armstrong may compute what the charge might be last year, and what will cost this For Will Lowes brought in a very unreasonable bill last year, I think Stagshaw Fair is not till the 24th June however For Fear I should forgett I give you this notice I have already acquainted Mr Ward with it, fail not constantly to write me every Saterday night, & give me advice whether there be any better agreement betwixt Sr Jno & Mr Rogers

      Tell Mr Brummell I wonder I hear nothing from him about Mr Curtis

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