Letter – Peter Aram to Mr Parker – 6 Jun 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Jun 1714
Correspondent: Peter Aram
Recipient: Mr Parker
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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								June – 6 - 1714

Mrs Jetherill.

	my Master order’d me to write to you that you may thank God that he was Soe kinde as pay you yor. moneys, if he had not pd. you then, you would never have reced a farthing from him I am

	Yor Humble Servt

								June – 6 1714

Mr Parker.

	My Master Sr. Edwd. Blacket desires you to Send the Inclosed to Mrs. Jetherill & you’l Oblige him

	I am

		Yor. Humble Servt
Although unsigned, the letter and its covering one is from one of Edward Blackett’s staff, presumed here to be Peter Aram

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