Letter – Michael Blackett to Anthony Allaire – 8 Feb 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Feb 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Anthony Allaire
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Newcastle feb 8 1675/6


The above is Coppy of my last to w[hi]ch refers you since none from you soe the less to Inlarge upon this serving onely to Accompeny the beare[r] hereof Mr Will Laike m[aste]r of the owners love of Newcastle the vessell w[hi]ch I have fr[e]ighted, I cannot tell whether he would bring you any goods or nott, if he doe pray dispose thereof to my most advantage and Load the vessell w[i]th all Expedission w[i]th the best and <Roundest> salt such as you know is most fit for Stockholme market and Consine itt unto Mr Jno Strother Merchant In the place above in lawfull working dayes he must not be In his unloading and loading <more> soe pray mind my businesse and make me nott lyable to any damadge the m[aste]r is to pay noe Charges for you are to pay all Charges w[ha]tsoever w[hi]ch makes me thinke he will have occation for litle owne mony butt lett him have w[ha]t he Calls for and take a noate under his hand of soe much received you on acct of his fr[e]ight

as you are In disburse, Reimburse your self as formerly advisd your draughts shall be honoured by

Yours to Command

Mich Blackett

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