Letter – Edward Blackett to Mr Scott – 4 Nov 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Nov 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mr Scott
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      4 9br 1715

Mr Scott

Sr I perceive by your that Jno Stones is unwilling to bring a boat load of Coals to burrowbridge , so have agreed with another that deals in Coals to send me 2 boat load from the Far end, for the throwing in some the Coals Spoils them, the Chaldn you sent by Walls boat, have got them to Newby, & if you have agreed wth Stones for any more Coals you may put them in Walls boat, if not you need not give your self any further trouble, shall be mighty glad to see you at Newby, for have long Expected you, I design for York my Self about fourteen days after Martinmass, with my Service to you I am

      Your obligd Humbl Servt

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