Letter – Michael Blackett to John Horsham – 8 Feb 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Feb 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: John Horsham
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Newcastle feb the 8 1675/6

Mr Jno Horsham


My last is what I wrote you this morning by m[aste]r Wm Leck who I hope may be with you so soone as this God sending him to arrive well at your port what Coale you take out of him be pleased to dispose thereof so soone as you can and remitt the neett proceed as formerly desired pray assist the m[aste]r and order it soe I may save if possible the Charge of Ballast about w[hi]ch businesse I can say no more then I have done do wholly Leave it to you and the m[aste]r and whatever hapen I am Content to leave the Losse at present in <h…> but before I conclude Let me assure you that I am MB

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