Letter – Thomas Blackett – 4 Dec 1783

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Dec 1783
Correspondent: Thomas Blackett
Archive Source: AE misc letters
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Mr. Arthington  is Here and We want to have a little Conversation with You about Mr. Allott, so that if you will be at Home tomorrow morning, We will call upon You in our Way to Mr. West.

               Yours &C

                   T. Blackett

Bretton/ Thursday/ Decr. 4th [added in a different hand:] 1790?
Year not given. Arthington was taxed in Yorkshire in 1785. Dec 4th fell on a Thursday in 1783

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