Letter – Michael Blackett to George Harrison – 5 Aug 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Aug 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: George Harrison
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr Geo: Harison                 Newcast;e Aug[us]t the 5th: 1676


      I Suppose Mr Nath[aniel]: Smith did desire you to send unto mee w[ha]t pap[er] I writt for; as also his 10 bottles of Oyle Soe pray by the bearer here of W[illia]m Rayne Send the said 10 Bottles of Oyle and as much pap[er] as hee can carrey besides; pray see that hee be full loaden; for the Mercha[nt] advantage

      I ordered Tho: Grayinge to leave w[i]th you 2 Reames of pap[er] and 6 hattes; I wonder I heard nothinge from you of them; if they come to yo[u]r hands pray send them to mee carefully w[hi]ch way or aney way you thinke most convenient

      I am       M:B:

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