Letter – Michael Blackett to Cuthbert Snow – 8 Jun 1678

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Jun 1678
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Cuthbert Snow
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Newcastle June the 8 1678

Cuthbt Snow

As In all probability a generall peace will be shortly Concluded, I fancy a parcell of Iron may be now bought pretty Reasonably, soe pray Lett mee know how your friend will now furnish mee wth 10: 20: 30: or 40 ton of Right fine Sweeds Iron 2/3 narrow flatt  1/6 inch square or under and the other 1/6 thicke square and this d[elivere]d aboard free of all Chardges, pray Lett mee know his Lowest rate as soone as wth Convenience you Can, and desire 8 d[ays] for an Answer from MB

Consider ready mony if I accept of his motion 2/3 of his mony shall Immediately be Remitted and the Remainder w[he]n I Receive his acct MB

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