Letter – John Blackett to Nathaniel Clayton – 12 Mar 1713

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Mar 1713
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Nathaniel Clayton
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr Nathaniel Clayton                                           Newby the 12 March 1712/3

Dear Friend	I recd yours of the 7 past & has noted accordingly the £60 & £40 wch have found out but you will find you are mistaken in the 494:7 as you will See by my Letter of Advice dated the 18 March 1710 As also invoice if you please shall send you the third bill of loading, I send you a Coppy of that letter when ordered the 20 bolts as also a Coppy of another letter dated the 25th April when you write that Harrison was detained at Whitby by Six French men of war I do not Question but you will find the mistake out tis true in your Acct Currt tis the 1st of march suppose bought them that time, but did not Ship them till the 18th as you will find when you Looke your bills of Loading over please to send the Acct wch sent you last back & shall send you another, my father would gladly have all things set right before comes to Newcastle

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