Letter – Michael Blackett to Charles & James Banks – 29 Dec 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Dec 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Charles & James Banks
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mess[eur]s Cha[rles]: and Ja[mes]: Bankes    Newcastle xber [December]: the: 29th 1676



Sirs

      My last to you was of the 23th present to w[hi]ch referres you Since none from you soe the less to Inlarge upon this beinge cheifly to desire yo[u]r answer w[i]th all expediditon to w[ha]t is above Written; for I dayly expect John Strother here; w[i]th whome I cannott hansomly discourese the businesse before I know where the blame lies ~

      I have nott yett Spoken w[i]th yo[u]r Wooden Customers; but hopes to doe itt shortly In the meane time remaynes

      MB:

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