Letter – Michael Blackett to James Cooke – 5 May 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 May 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: James Cooke
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr. James Cooke	                           ditto  [Newcastle May 5th 1676]


I hope one thinks you have Rec[eive]d the forty pounds of Esqr Irrington; w[hi]ch makes In all three hundred and forty pounds.

you need send noe Bill as yett for I intend <soin.inge> the next weeke by Hen Lawes to send you some more money and then will advise you, for w[ha]t send you <soe> please to send mee a Bill. In the meane time pray advise mee how my Unckell Eden doth I am             MB:
MB's mother-in-law Elizabeth had a sister Margery who married John Eden of Billingham. He could be ‘Uncle Eden’.

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