Letter – Edward Blackett to William Thompson – 17 Nov 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Nov 1710
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: William Thompson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 189
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I have got the bill taxd at Durham for the Bishopbrick recovery & assoon as my son goes to London which I hope will be next week or any other safe hand that goes sooner shall send it up to my friend at London to have the other recoveries taxd the Court at Durham did not at all Concerne them selves in your fees thats Chargd but let them stand as they were nor doe I beleive you will get any thing thats worth nameing by it tis your friend the Attorney above as Ime Informd that has the advantage of it with my humble service to all your good family I am

      Your Assured friend & humble servt

For Mr Wm Thompson
undated but in sequence between others of 15th and 17th Nov. 17th used here.

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