Letter – John Blackett to Thomas Vazie – 12 Mar 1709

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Mar 1709
Correspondent: John Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Vazie
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 192
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Mr Tho <Vazie                                                               Rotterdm the 12 feby March 1709

Sr	last Sunday I Recd yours of the 4th feby , we had 5 mails delivered out at once & has yet 2 due, I perceive you have a mind to make a triall of me, when ever you order any goods Shall find nothing but honesty by me, Indeed I have had letters from other people who has complained of L:A: I have inquired for Edm Quash of the Olive Branch of Lynn but finds he has not been here these 10 Months, it may be he may come the first Convoy, if he does you may be assured I Shall what you ordered & does not question but Shall give you good content, Capt John Binkes of the Lidle is consigned to me, if he is not come from your place you may Speak to him to take your Goods, pray let me know in your next if Quash does not come whether or no I shall put your Goods in any other Ship, there is one Wm Mills of Plymouth ladeon for your place

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