Letter – John Blackett to Edward Anderson – 2 Dec 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Dec 1710
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Edward Anderson
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr Ed Anderson                                                          Ditto

	Make Dr for flax f305:8

Sr	Since my last none from you, above Invoice of 4 Matts in Philip Harrison hope will be wth you Soon he Sailed Thursday or fryday last, Suppose wth the Yarmouth Convoy, flax continues dear, will not be cheapr till about Christmass when our cold Weather Generally begins & then the country people brings most of their flax to Market, about that time is always cheapest, Rynsbr Tow dear f15 have Sent per Harrison for you & C Burton Each 2 Stoop of Brandy tis in one Jugg, if you give me orders to draw on your friend in London would be much for your advantage at present the Exchange is 35<..> 8<..> but does not know for how long will continue so here are no Colliars therefore no Occasion for bills on Newcastle
No Date or Place stated, assume as above

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