Letter – Edward Blackett to Nicholas Fenwick – 15 Jan 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 Jan 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Nicholas Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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Sr 	Newby Jan 15th 1714/5

      I sent my Servt to Yorke as I writ you in my last of the 13th and he was recommended to a gentleman there who had occation for a Considerable Sum of money at London and told him that if he would bring him bills within ten or twelf days time or less tho they were for a 1000 or more, he would take them So I desire that you will send me the ballance of my acct in bills, and prey order my Servt Mewburn to bring no money with him but may bring bills [struck out: ‘by the first post for wt money he has I expect every Post day to have a Commition out of Chancery or bring them with him’]  for he must be here on the 25th to be Examined upon oath by a Commision out of Chancery Concerning Seaton Delavalls Estate, so you may send your bills by the Post or give them him which you please play give me a line upon the Receipt of this Lettr and you will very much oblige 

      Sr Your most Humb Servt <Dr>
recipient not stated but from context is Fenwick in Newcastle

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