Letter – Edward Blackett to Nicholas Fenwick – 9 Oct 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Oct 1714
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Nicholas Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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	Am very much Oblig’d to you, for the favour of yours of the 8th, & as soon as you have weighed off 300 peices & the remainder wch I know are not many peices, shall order wt I have at Newburn to be brought down with all speed, & as the price Currant is, you shall much sooner have them then any Mercht in Newcastle being I have always had such fair dealing both from your Father & your Selves

	Pray Acqut me as soon as conveniently you can If their be any Extraordinary good French Claret in town & wt per Hogsh[ea]d as also right good Brandy & wt p Gallon, & you’l very much Oblige

	Sr Your most Faithfull Humble Servt

For Mr Nich. Fenwick & Company Merchts, Newcastle

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