Letter – Edward Blackett to Robert Booth – 14 Apr 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Apr 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Robert Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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      April 14

Worthy Mr Dean,

      In return for yr agreeable Epistle of the 27 past I inclose you an address which was sent from that Loyall Corporation of Ottringham which I hear was Sign’d by Severall Gentlemen of that County, As yr nephew and brother , Sr Robt Buckinfield, Sr Sam’l Daniel, Col Leigh and a great many more Such honable & worthy Patriots whose businesses and Chiefest cases are Employed in discouraging those Trumpeters of Rebellion, who endeavour to blast the best of Queens & her government. I hear the address was very graciously Received by her Majesty and it meets here a universall applause So that its become the general Toat [sic] in this country to drink prosperity to that Loyal Corporation, and has sett such an excellent example that I hope will be followed by all the Cities and Burroughs in the Kingdom. This cannot but be a peculiar satisfaction to you, being that most of yr family Receiv’d their first breath within sight of that Town & I hope their loyal Principles too

	My wife and Daughter Blacket are much yr humble servts and pray believ me most affectly yrs

Should be mighty glad to be satisfy’d by a line that this Lettr came safe to yr hand

For the Hon.able mr Boothe Dean of Bristol
Booth (1662-173) was Dean of Bristol from 1708

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