Letter – Michael Blackett to Anthony Allaire – 18 Feb 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Feb 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Anthony Allaire
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Newcastle feb 18th 1675/6

Mr Antho: Allaire


My last to you was of the 8th present of w[hi]ch I writt you by m[aste]r Wm Leck who sailed Saturday last 12 present so I hope he may be with you as soone as this & I questione not but he will find his Loading ready for his takeing in and that it will be of the very best and Roundest Salt and the most fitt sort for Stockholme markett which I leave wholly to your discretione as alsoe the disposall of w[ha]t Goods he Brings unto you w[ha]t they will be I cannot advise you as you are in disburse for me you know how to Reimburse your selfe and before I conclude let me assure you that your Bills w[hi]ch you shall Charge upon me shall be punctually Complyed withall according to the Contents thereof By MB

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