Letters – Robert Mulcaster to John Erasmus Blackett – 31 Dec 1799

Document Type: Letters
Date: 31 Dec 1799
Correspondent: Robert Mulcaster
Recipient: John Erasmus Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 209
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Sir									Blaydon 31st December 1799

	Last night a Vestry Meeting I saw <Stalport> the Game Keeper who told me he had that day got for you three woodcocks and a hare that he would have sent you them down by the post this evening but having to be in Newcastle on Wednesday morning and being in hopes  of procuring something more for you this day, he thought it would be better to let be sending them by the post and desired me to inform you that you may depend on having what is above named if not more by nine-o-clock tomorrow morning

	Jo[h]n Thompsons <Cartman> will call on Mr  Crawhall on Thursday for 30 Bolls of <Rie> to bring hither - wishing you most heartily many returns of the season I remain your very humble Servt

      Robt Mulcaster

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