letter – Edward Blackett to John Van de Wall – 14 Sep 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 14 Sep 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Van de Wall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Mr V Meel

Sr. I writ you two posts ago & this morning I Recd a letter from hull tht there are some hull ships at present at Rotterdm & Robt hunter wth Some other ships are agoing, & if you do not get the Cattle shipt wth all possible Speed there will be an ordr here tht none will be Suffered to come into England by reason we hear the distemper is got amongst the Cattle in the provisnce of Uytrecht so if they be not not already shipt pray dispose of thm for what price you can get for them my son writes me from Londn tht he will send you a bill assoon as possibly he can get one,
Undated but sequenced between letters of 11th & 16th Sept. 14th used here.

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