Letter – unknown to Henry Lodge – 24 Nov 1713

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Nov 1713
Correspondent: unknown
Recipient: Henry Lodge
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Sr								24 Novr 1713

Sr Edward desires to doe him the fav[our], to inquire of yor painter, what the common usuall price is of <s>ilk Eschutions per Dosn.  Buckram <as> all<xx> paper Eschutions per Dosn for he thinks he is imposed upon by his painter.   he would be glad to see you at Newby with yor first conveniency, & returns you thanks for yo Civillitys to his Son John, I am

						Yor most obedt Servt

To the Reverend Mr Lodge In Leeds.
This letter is written on behalf of Edward Blackett by an unknown author, possibly a servant or clerk

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