Letter – Edward Blackett to James Mewburn – 7 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: James Mewburn
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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James					7 April

I hope you got well home Inclosed is the Copy of the paper wch. my Son John gave you the one you must deliver to my Lords Wetheringtons [sic. Widdrington meant]  Steward Mr. Silvertop who lives either at Bladen or Stella, the other paper must be delivered to the tenants of Barlo [superscripted with ‘3’], Bladen [‘1’], & Winlaton [‘2’], & acqt. thm. all tht. I shall not imploy Mr Brumell any more to Receive my Rents, & in case he should demd. any to pay him none for if they do they will have it to Pay over againe but given you an ordr. to Receive thm. hereafter Read, Seal, & deliver, the inclosed but you need not take any notice tht. you know anything that is within it, About the first of May I Shall be going for Newby, & before I go to the bath you must come to Newby & Set all things Streight betwixt us, write me constantly once a Week I am    

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