Letter – John Blackett to John Kelly – 28 Dec 1708

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Dec 1708
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: John Kelly
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr John Kelley                                                                      Rotterdm   28 Decembr 1708

Dear Sr		I have before me yours of the 7 Decembr am glad to hear that Bulman & Bosfield are arrived, we are afraid here that Dodman is foundered at Sea he Sailed from hence Some days before the other two Ships, God be Thanked I Shipt no Goods in him, I give you maney thanks for your letter to Mr Whitton, this post I designe to write him the prises of all Wollen goods, though I cannot advise him or you to Send any to this markett, If you Should I am afraid would be a looser, here under you have the prices, am Sorry you could not find any Good Rape Seed for 15 or 151/2£, right good would be 42£ if I writ you in my Last f45gl it was a mistake, I meant 41 pound Flemish, wch is f246gl  the Insurance from Hull to this place is 3 wth or 6 wth out convoy, we always put wth or without Convoy in the police afraid the masters Should happen to run

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