Letter – Michael Blackett to James Ward – 9 Sep 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Sep 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: James Ward
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr James Warde   Ditto 



Sir

Inclosed is a bill for the £10:10 w[hi]ch I Rec[eive]d of W[illia]m Loacke [Locke] upon yo[u]r account S[ai]d Loacke is att present In this River unloadinge from Norway; If you will have mee to Speake to him; upon any businesse; upon yo[u]r Answer itt shall bee done; And wherein I may bee thought Capaple [capable] of Serveinge you upon all occations pray freely dispose of him that is Realy     MB:
The date is unknown, but it is somewhere between 1st – 12th Sept, probably 9th  based on contents of a later letter of the 12th

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