Letter – Edward Blackett to Maria Blackett – 5 Feb 1711

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Feb 1711
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Maria Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      Feb 5

D[ea]r Maria

      I rec[eive]d yours this morning as also one from Mr Aislabie who acq[uain]t[ed] me with the good news that he has got Nedde a Ship & will in a short time make Intro[ductio]n for a <Post > or ship for him which Ime infinitely obligd to him for be sure w[he]n you see my Brother Bridges give my most humble service & thanks to him for his obligeing kind letter which I shall allwayes own as a particular favour from him with my blessing to you I am

      Your most affect[ionate] father

Acq[uain]t Nedde that I will send him up a bill shortly

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