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Letter – Michael Blackett to Nicholas Verlaen – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27th Mr Nicho Verlaen Sr I wonder I have not herd from you this long time so haveing none of yours will cause brevity you may remember you recd some Leed by Jno Huntington who I here is at present in your place when I loaded the Leed In him I lent him £10: upon Bottomry for w[hi]ch I was to have £1<9> upon his arrivall at Stockton he Intending from this place to your port from your port to Norway and from thence to Stockton and it seemes my Gentleman never minded

Letter – Michael Blackett to Walter Chaytor – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27 Mr Walter Chaytor Sr I have before me yours of the 19th present with an acct of the 400 Bundells Rod Iron which I have Examined found Right and Booked in Conformity with you but no news of Vaughan as yet I wish he may be safe your Bill of £85 shall be discharged never feare it if you could send me an Anker of Excellent Good old Hock you would do me an exceeding great kindnesse provided it were Good I would not valew the Cost but if not Excellent Good I would have non

Letter – Michael Blackett to Anthony Allaire – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27th Mr Antho Allaire Sr Inclosed is a letter from my very Good friend Mr Peter Bar of London by whose Recommendatione I make bould to trouble you with these few lines desireing to know in answer if you will please to accept of w[ha]t small commission I shall have to give in your place and In Requitall if I can do you any service in these p[ar]ts none shall be more ambitious of your Commands nor more ready to observe them than my selfe assureing you shall find none more

Letter – Ralph Grey to William Webb – 27 Nov 1675

NewCastle November the :27:1675 To Alderman Webb To send per Mr Antho: White one case of the best Case pepper one dozen of the best case nuts on[e] case of Currant about 28s per Cwt two barell of: the best New Rasons solus not else but that I am yours: Ra. Grey

Letter – Michael Blackett to Henry Nelthorpe – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27th 1675 Mr Henry Nelthorpe Sr Upon the 23rd present I did accept a bill of £85 drawne by Wm Chaytor upon me dated Rott[erdam] 19: 9ber payable <2/us[uances]> to Mr Sam: Tucker or order Endorsed to Mr Ed Allen if such a Bill be presented unto you it being made payable in your house you may please to acquainte them that you will pay the same when dew I will take care you shall want no money for the Discharge thereof I am MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to Edward Allen – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27th Major Ed Allen Sr my last was of the 23rd from Darneton from whence I sent you the bill of £85 accepted and have taken care for the paym[en]t thereof when dew but I must beg your excuse for I cannot pay it before as is desired by yours of the 18th w[hi]ch I have recd since my comming home I am desired by a merchant in towne to know if you will take £9: p[er] last for your Beans In my Custody if they were mine they should goe but doe w[ha]t you please and afford

Letter – Michael Blackett to James Cooke – 27 Nov 1675

Ditto Mr James Cooke Sr I was at Stockton upon Sunday last where I went a purpose to kisse your hands and to give you thanks for the many kindnesses which you have done me but you were not at home if you could spare me a bill for 5 or £600 or procure me bills for the same you would doe me a great kindnesse pray Inquire of your neighbours & se[e] w[ha]t you can doe for me Mr Wels Mr Atkinson or some of your quakers I am Confident may be able to help me I am in hast[e] Sr MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to Robert Jackson – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27th Mr Robt Jackson Sr I have before me yours of the 22d my wife did send you the £70 w[hi]ch I hope you found right if you could spare me Bills for 5 or £600 you would doe me a great kindnesse or if you can procure me bills for that sume pray Inquire of your neighbours and se[e] w[ha]t you can doe for me Mr Cooke Mr Wells or Mr Atkinson or some other I am confident may be able to helpe me pray try your hand for once for me I am MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to William Blackett – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27 Hon[oure]d Sr At my returne from darneton met with yours of the 20 & 23rd present w[hi]ch I shall now God willing answer in course There is not a vessell to be procured neither for Amst[erdam] nor Rott[erdam] for love nor moneys I have both H: <k/R>: Couz: Ed <Jvene> & peter at worke but to this day not one found out by the very first that Goes and that I can prevaile withall to take on any Leed shall ship 4: 6 or 800 p[iece]s upon your acct I wil

Letter – Michael Blackett to Hubert Aylwyn – 27 Nov 1675

Newcastle November 27th 1675 Mr Hurbert <Aylum> Sr I have before me yours of the 2<5>th according to your desire I have gotten In the returne w[hi]ch Cost me 6 <d> the same have placed to your Debt – you may please take notice that the Company is seperated and every brother for future is to act for himself if at any time I can doe you any service upon all occationes pray frely dispose of him that is MB

Letter – Ralph Grey to John Cawood – 29 Nov 1675

NewC Novembr the 29th (75) Mr Cawood Yours of the 19th recd & since hath been with Mr Arkley & shewed him yours he will sell more under 11s I have alsoe been with Mr Midleton & he will let you have it soe he expects reddy money, I have profered your Tobacco to severall but they doe not like it, nor the price, I shall receive the <bill> of Mr Arkley, pray order the mony for the Glass the first oportunity I shall send the Glass per first your friend Ra:Grey

Letter – Ralph Grey to William Peacock – 30 Nov 1675

ditto the 30th Mr Wm Peacock Yours of the 22 of October came to hand which found me in a <gread could> & since I have been tormented with the gout this day I recd a letter from Christ. Rudd who mails me he will send me a sample of a skin as he did Mr Carr last year, & all that was of that sise was at 12s per doz & all that is larger 13s & 13s 6d per doz & will not send them except I will Ingage to pay him those rates I shall write him your order which I shall

Letter – Michael Blackett to Edward Allen – 3 Dec 1675

Newcastle December 3rd 1675 Mr Edward Allen Sr I have before me yours of the 27th past Inclosed you will find the returne desired which cost me takeing out 3s 4d the same have placed to your Debt I am offered £12 p[er] last for your pease which I thought Good to advise you of but am unwilling to Embrace that motione with out your Consent so desires your advice at your leisure but the sooner the better you may use you owne discretione by the by I thinke more in hast[e] will not be procur

Letter – Michael Blackett to Samuel Sowton – 3 Dec 1675

Newcastle xber 3rd 1675 Mr Sam <Soroton> Sr Pray be pleased to advise me p[er] very first if Mr Jno Strother be still at Stockholme if he be for ould acquaintance sake I thinke to make use of him not doubting but he will willingly accept of my small Commissione and act it with as little Charge as any man In the place I have a ship about 100 last going thither Therefore if he be not there you would doe me a Greate kindnesse to recommend me to an honnest factor who is active able and u

Letter – William Blackett to James Standsfield – 5 Dec 1675

Newcastle 5th Xber 1675 Honnored Sr I am somwt Wel pleased to understand by lett of the 3rd pres that you adhaire to my desier in keeping a smal number of men at Work at Wanlock head this winter I am sure It wille no damidge tio us. let who Will Informe you or persuade you to the Contrary and thairfor beg of you & intreat you on receipt of This to send Sandy Lister to Jno Curtice with £25 st[erling] more, which with the £65 you pd him wilbe £90 that you are <at> upon y

Letter – Ralph Grey to William Hester – 7 Dec 1675

Newc December the 7 : 75 To Mr <Hester> to send first opportunity <2 Last> of the best <Croune and halfe a last> of the best second soap and to <make an abaitment for the lost 8s:5d:> soap he sent having eight halfe <firkins in it that pr..all second Croune> not else at present and that I am yours Ra. Grey

Letter – Michael Blackett to John Horsham – 7 Dec 1675

Newcastle xber 7 1675 Mr Jno Horsham Sr I have before me yours of the 26th past for Answer may please take Notice that I have Got a friend at Rotchell one Mr Anthony Allaire recommended to me by my very Good friend Mr Peter Bar of London who I do not questione but will do my businesse to Content however I cannot Omitt to acknowleg<e> my self very much obliedged unto you for <..> you writt about Mr Stukey my vessell whereof wm Leck is m[aste]r you may expect about Candlemas rat

Letter – Michael Blackett to Henry Nelthorpe – 7 Dec 1675

Newcastle xber 7th Mr Henry Nelthorpe Sr I do very much wonder neither Mr Verlaen nor Edwd Willett of Rouen remitts you no money upon my acct I wish you could drew £500 upon me though at sight provided you can do it without advance pray se[e] w[ha]t you can doe for advance here is so tempting that I will venture within a post or 2 to draw £500 upon you for I can very well afford to allow you Interest & by Gods Blessing your money shall be sure enough I doe not know how you will take

Letter – Michael Blackett to Robert Jackson – 10 Dec 1675

Newcastle xber the 10th 1675 Mr Robt Jackson Sr I have before me yours of the 4th 6 and 8th present which I shall now God willing answer In Course In all them I take spetiall notice of your saying you cannot returne any money I would take it very well and thinke my selfe obliedged unto you if ever I mett with any such Lines In any of your Letters as that you had bene In quireing for Bills for me and Could meet with none but I supose that is to great a trouble for you I have pd Thomas Davis

Letter – Michael Blackett to John Wells – 10 Dec 1675

Newcastle xber 10th 1675 Mr Jno Wells Sr You will doe me a very great kindnesse if either you youre selfe can spare me a Bill for 4 or £500 or procure me one from any of your Neighbours pray se[e] w[ha]t you can doe for me hereafter you & I shall be better acquainted I am in hast[e] MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to James Cooke – 10 Dec 1675

Ditto Mr James Cooke Sr I have writt to you one or twice for Bills but have not had a word in answer your friend P Swaile and I are very Good friends and will Corrispond togeather hereafter pray do me the favoure as to let me have a line from you p[er] next post and Intimate unto me if you thinke you can send or procure any Bills for me against next weeke and if you can how much I may rely upon for the me<..> if under £1500 the greater kindnesse unto Sr MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to George Turfrey – 11 Dec 1675

Newcastle 10br 11th 1675 Mr Geo <Humfrey> Sr You formerly sent me a Letter to deliver unto m[aste]r Wm Gilbert w[hi]ch I inclosed returne you having never met with the sd m[aste]r the same cost me 6d postidge w[hi]ch I have placed to your acct I am MB Lead £12 p[er] fod[der] Coales 9s p[er] Chald[er]

Letter – Michael Blackett to Edward Allen – 11 Dec 1675

Newcastle 10ber 11 1675 Mr Edward Allen Sr I have before me both yours of the 2 & 7 present, by the w[hi]ch takes notice that you doe not accept neither of the offers made me about your Pease, and Beanes, w[hi]ch is well, when any other more advantagious presents, you shall be advised thereof: I am very sorry to read the bad Newes you write about the great losse of Corne, pray God Comfort the Interest I am MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to William De Werth – 11 Dec 1675

Newcastle 10br 11 1675 Mr Wm De Werth Sr You formerly sent me 2 Letters to deliver unto Scipper Suder Stover, w[hi]ch I inclosed returne you, having never met wth the sd m[aste]r the same kost me 9d w[hi]ch have placed to your Debit. Lead £12 p[er] fod[der] Coales 9s p[er] Chald[er] I am MB

Letter – Michael Blackett to Walter Chaytor – 11 Dec 1675

Newcastle 10br 11 1675 Mr Walter Chaytor Sr I have before me both yours of the 14th p[ast] and 6 present the former I received by Jno Vaughan who God be thanked at last is well arrived & I have received the 400 Bundells of Rod Iron but we shall fall out aboute the freight so let me know if there was any agrement betwixt you and him and I must needs tell you that you were very much oversene in not takeing Bills of Loading w[hi]ch do p[er] future & alwayes allow 5s p[er] Tonn no mast
The Dukesfield Smelters and Carriers Project aimed to celebrate and discover the heritage of the Dukesfield Arches & lead carriers' routes between Blaydon and the lead mines of Allendale and Weardale. A two year community project, it was led by the Friends of the North Pennines in partnership with Hexhamshire and Slaley Parish Councils and the active support of Allendale Estates. It was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the generous support of other sponsors. Friends of the North Pennines: Charity No:1137467