Letter – Michael Blackett to John Wells – 26 Sep 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Sep 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: John Wells
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr Jno: Wells        Ditto    [Newcastle 26 September 1676]


I have Inclosed send you 3S that you say was wantinge of the £80 &c [etc]: Now Sir If you have bills for £300 or £400 att 15/d [days] Sight or 20/d [days] date and can send them by the next fridayes Post; on Tusday followinge you shall God willinge have yo[u]r money Returned by Cuthbert Fowler; or whosoever you shall order; however write mee a line I pray you p[er] Fridayes Post and if I may relye upon any billes from you I doe nott care much if you send them nott before C[uthbert]: F[owler]: Come soe pray lett mee heare from you I am   MB:

pray If possible send mee billes for £300 or £400

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