letter – Edward Blackett to Robert Booth – 25 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 25 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Robert Booth
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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									25 Octobr 1713

Dr Sr 

am mightyly obliged to you for yr conolance for unexppressible lass I have had, of the  best of wifes & best of women, God almighty suppot me in this great affliction, & prepare us all for our latter End, my Ld Warrington is so kind as to undertaken the Education of my Dear Grand Daughter, wch am infinately obliged to him for, and am very sure he will have p peternal care of her, all this family are much yr humbe Servt & pray believe me always

	yr Most faithfull humbe Servt 

To the honourable mr Booth Dean of Bristol

I must own tht Revenue of the Customs of Bristol are ten time more then Newcastle wch I could not have believed 

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