Letter – Michael Blackett to John Blackett – 9 Feb 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Feb 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Cosen Blackett      Ditto [9 February 1677]

Last Poast I Rec[eive]d a bill upon you for £100 a coppie whereof is as followeth

London the 3d of Feb[ruary]: [16]76/7

Att eight dayes Sight of this my onely bill of Exchange pay unto Mr Humphrey Willett or Order one hundred pounds St[erlin]g vallew here Rece[ive]d and place to account as p[er] advice from

       S[i]r Yo[u]r humble Servant and kinsman Edward Blackett

To Mr John Blackett att fallowfield near Newcastle               

I desire to know if you will accept the same and where I can call for the money w[he]n dew  my service to my good Cousin I am


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