Letter – Edward Blackett to John Ward – 24 Mar 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Mar 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Ward
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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								24 March

Mr. Ward

      there is a great alteration in my family God knows Since I see you, I have not had my health very well Since I came to York, having a great pain in my back & hip, I cannot walk over the room 3 or 4 times without much trouble, I designe God willing to go to the bath Shortly so I would have you come over assoon as conveniently you can that all things may be set Streight, I wondr. I have not heard from you Since I gave yr. Servt. Crawford a Warrt. of Summons to Serve on Mr bellinghams Tennant wth. My Service to yr. Self & family I am

      I am afraid L. Crawford has lost the Warrant of Summons or otherwise certainly I should have heard from you long before this

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