letter – Edward Blackett to John Van de Wall – 2 Oct 1713

Document Type: letter
Date: 2 Oct 1713
Correspondent: Edward Blackett
Recipient: John Van de Wall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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	2 Octobr 


I perceive by yrs of the 3d that I am indebted to you £206:12 for the 2 Cows bull & charges wch you may draw upon my son Christopher at sight in Londn he will punctually pay yr bill, they came all very well to Newby & I thank you for the trouble you took to procure them, I had a letter lately from my son londn who advises me tht he had remitted yo a £60 bill wch I hope will discharge all my debts in Rotterdm, should be very glad to hear from you some times tof to give me an acct of yr good health wch I heartily wich being , I am 

           Yr obliged humbe Servt 

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