Letter – Edward Blackett to Mrs Cuthbertson – 13 Jan 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Jan 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Mrs Cuthbertson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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      Newby 13 Januay

Good Mrs Cuthbertson

      I writ you a letter the begining of January tht the first time my Servt came to York he should pay you yr  interest, but I perceive mr Stephenson who has mony of mine in his hand, was from home so he did not receive it, & also acquainted you tht I would pay you the Principall within 3 months, I desire you will take care to dispose of it as you shall think convenient & if you have occasion for the whole Sum or any part of it shall pay you in a day or notice having bills by me, & though I pay you the monys upon demand shall be willing to allow you 3/m interest, & in case you cannot dispose the whole Sum, there is a Neighbour of mine who has occasion for £200 & will give you good Security for it wth my most Humb: Service to yr Self, daughter, & mr Thompsons family I am

      Yr assured fd &	Faithfull Servt 

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