Letter – John Blackett to Nicholas Ridley – 22 Jul 1710

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jul 1710
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Nicholas Ridley
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr N & R Ridley                                                  Rotterdm  22 July 1710

Since my last am not favd wth yours this is to advise you that this day have drawn on you at 2 usance a bill of £56:4 for wch make you Credit f576:17:8 you may think it Something Strange that the Exchange is so low, but if you will please to Inquire will find that has one groot more because gave a bill for a <Neat> Summ, the Exchange was no more than 34<..> 3<..> Should not have drawn if any likelihood of Rising, tis thought will come to 34 5, tis payable in London to the Order of Mr John Coats, hope Robotham is wth you before this & goods prove to Content

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