Letter – George Iley to Lionel Vane – 29 May 1702

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 May 1702
Correspondent: George Iley
Recipient: Lionel Vane
Archive Source: NRO ZCO VIII 1
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Sr								Newca. May 29th : 1702

      Rob: Gill and I Waited on Sr. William Blackett who Saies he shall not be from home till Wednesday come a Sennet the 10th of June  wch day he take journey for the Mines and Rob: Gill has an order for the Meteing to be on tuesday the 9 of June

      Mr Metcalfe has Inclosed in youres. Mr hunnewood bonds and he has writ to his Brothr Richard to pay the 45 pound att london. I have paide for the Stable I touke for ms  hunnewood maire – 11:0<s/d> it being kept for her. wch the man Saies he might have let to Sr Wm Ramsdens man. I am 

      yor Worship humb Servant 

		George Iley

[On verso:] to: Lyonell : Vane Esqr

att Longnewton

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