Letter – John Blackett to John Kelly – 2 Dec 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Dec 1710
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: John Kelly
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Kelley                                                       Rotterdam the 2 Decembr 1710

Sr	above invoice of goods Shipt in Ph Harrison who Sailed 2 or 3 days ago I recd yours of 10 – 9bre wth bill of loading of my lead & corn in Tho Robathan at his arrival Shall dispose of it to your best advantage & place that to acct the rest to Mr <hedersons> Ph Harrison have Sent you one matt wth 48 Riems paper also a matt of Same quantity in Jno lilly w  desired to dispose of most advantage my friend Mr Augstine to recommend to one in Newcastle had Some hops to Send if Should order may Safely deal wth him at present no colliars here therefore cannot advise the price the last was Sold for f14 Some time for f11 have Some Sent me from hull but cannot Sell them must beg of your lady to except of Some cups & dishes basen teapot Ph Harrison promisd to call but forgot are packt up in a box but Shall Send by the first Ships am now writing your acct of kerseys in a post or two a particular acct of insurance pray <my>Servis to you know when She want any thing to be bought let me know your bro Jos is now here have pd him in money & for goods wch bought f203 wch please to Credit my acct

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