Letter – John Blackett to Unknown – 24 Jul 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Jul 1714
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Unknown
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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      Newby the 24 July 1714


My Sisters went to York this Morning & will not be at home till after the races & then you Shall hear further from me, my Father did not receive yr letter, he has no occasion for the. Gardiner but would glad hear know when Christopher <Witling> will be at leisure to come to Newby, for he has three Sash windows to Make, fraims being put up when the hous was finish’d he will have a good workman to assist him, so he will not be long about them, my Father gives his Service ypu I am 

	Sr yr Humble Servt
unnamed writer, but presumably son John

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