Letter – Edward Blackett to Reginald Graham – 4 Jun 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Jun 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Reginald Graham
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      June 4 1710


I hope you have taken care to putt in an honest Man as Assessor, For that Estate, for which you have been <formerly Accmpt> they must bring their Assessments to morrow by 2 a Clock att Will Robinsons in Ripon, the [totall] Sum of the Assessm[en]t must be the same it was last Year, I hear that both my Ld Castlecomers Estate & Mr Bristows are much under sess’d, so you must take care to gett an honest man to sess you all Equally according to the valuation of your Ground and at the Appeal day you & Mr Todd must not Fail to bring Nedd Hodgsons Letter & your Assessment as you were Assessed in his time, With my hunble service to your Lady & Sr Richard I am Sr your Assured friend & humble servt

[For] Reginald Graham Esqr

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