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Letter from Archibald Campbell, Aug 12 1718

Author(s): Campbell, Archibald

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I send you this by Mr John
Campbell whose brother I have
allowed to be [¿] in the Castle
as formerly. I would not have you
tell the minister att dumbarton any
thing about the Post of Chaplain
till I see you or write to you further
about it, but only say in Generall
how much I should study to serve
him &c. pray keep close by Your
aſses milk, & dont forget to employ somebody
to send you some bath water
from Bristol, for I am perswaded its
the best thing in the world for you.

I am Your friend &
humble Servant
Ilay

didistonAug. 12th

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Letter from Archibald Campbell, Aug 12 1718

Document Information

Document ID 372
Title Letter from Archibald Campbell, Aug 12 1718
Year group 1700-1750
Genre Personal writing
Year of publication 1718
Place of publication Duddingston, Scotland
Wordcount 105

Author information: Campbell, Archibald

Author ID 167
Forenames Archibald
Surname Campbell
AKA Third Duke of Argyll, Earl of Ilay, Ilay
Gender Male
Year of birth 1682
Place of birth Surrey, England
Mother's place of birth Suffolk, England
Father's place of birth Edinburgh, Scotland
Occupation Nobleman, politician, military, judge
Father's occupation Nobleman, Politician
Education University
Locations where resident Glasgow, Edinburgh
Religious affiliation Presbyterian, Catholic