Letter – Edward Blackett to Thomas Dixon – 27 Nov 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Nov 1709
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Dixon
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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Sir      									Novr.  27  1709

      I begg your pardon that I did not long before this Own my Acknowledgements to you for the great kindness you did my worthy good friend Mr lodge in giving him yr vote in the late Election, I am sure the trustees could never have made a better choice, and I do not in the least question but all his Auditors will mightily approve of what you have done, If ever it be in my power to be serviceable to yr Selfe or friends pray Command sir, 

      yr most obliged and faithful humble Servt

Mr Alderman Dixon At his home in Leeds
A Thomas Dixon was twice mayor of Leeds

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