Letter – John Curtis to James Standsfield – 16 Mar 1678

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Mar 1678
Correspondent: John Curtis
Recipient: James Standsfield
Archive Source: NRS RH15 102 6 2
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October 5 Paid then to John Curtice                         £40 : 0 : 0


Feb 28  Pd then to Wm Blackett himself in Turnors           £20 : 0 : 0

March 2 to be sent in Torners by the Cart to Jno Curtice    £ 1 : 0 : 7 3/4

                                                            £81 : 0 : 7 3/4 							Wm Blackett

Edinbr March 16 , 1677/8 Receaved  then by mee John Curtice the twenty pounds starl[ing] that should have been sent by the Cartr conforme to the acct above and in full of the written  pcept.

John Curties

Jno Shand witnes

[annotated by Standsfield:] March 16th 1678 Bill Mr Blackett and receipt John Curties 81:07:0 3/4
RH15/102/6/2/186. This appears on the reverse of the payment instruction dated 24th Sept 1677

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