letter – Edward Blackett to Paul Foley – 18 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 18 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Paul Foley
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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									18 Octobr 1713

Mr Foley

I hope mine of the 4 came to yr hand, Since mr Wortley did me the honour of a Visit, I believe he has lodged his petition before this but you know he may with draw it when he pleases I hear it is a very severe one, I heartily wish for quietness sake tht my Ld Harley will give him no opposition in the next Election for Aldborough for it would reconcile both parties and make thm intirely friends, this I write out of Respect to you both & wishing a good understanding in the Neighbourhood of aldborough I am

           Sr yr Faithull H. Set

To Paul Foley Esq. A Membr of Parliament at his Chambers in Lincolns Inn

      18 Octobr 

Sr The Inclosed is a Copy of what I have writ this day to mr Foley, pray my service to my Lady Mary I am 

      Sr yr Faithfull Humble Servt                                                

Mr Wortley

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