Letter – Edward Blackett to William Screen – 25 Feb 1715

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Feb 1715
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Screen
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 191
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I design for the bath the latter end of March or the beginning of April, & hearing so good a character of your house that I design to be wth you ab[ou]t that time, & in the interim I desire you will find me out a very good Stable, I shall have six Stoned coach horses, or 2 or Sadle horses, so pray let me know by a line the first post what I must pay a week for Each horse for hay & what I must allow the landlord for Each qt of Oats market measure I shall buy in the markt the coachman & postillion must lay at the house where the horses stands, the other Sevts will lodge & eat where I do, direct your letter for Sr Edward Blacket at Newby nigh Burrowbridge In Yorkshire you will oblige

			Sr your Servt

For Mr Screen at his house at the bath via London
named as William in a later letter

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