Letter – Michael Blackett to Joshua Pannell – 17 Nov 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Nov 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Joshua Pannell
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr Jos: Pannell       Ditto    [Newcastle 17 November 1676]


My last to you was of the 11th present to w[hi]ch referres you Since have Rec[eive]d yo[u]rs of this date; w[hi]ch advises mee of the Sale of all my goodes; and though for the Grindstones  you have gott but a poore price yett I am very well satisfied there with; being confident you have done yo[u]r best And I desire noe more I am Endeavouringe to freight a Vessell for yo[u]r place if possible; you shall bee Supplyed w[i]th more Leed before itt bee longe for such quicke returnes pleases mee very well w[hi]ch I hope you can allwayes make mee hereafter for I Suppose allowinge 1 p[er]% [percent] you will have Ready money upon deliveringe of the Goodes Yo[u]r 2 bills for £300:=:=: have Rec[eive]d for w[hi]ch have given you Creditt £3412:10:= hereafter pray advise allwayes how many 9th you Debitt mee; for every bill you send w[hi]ch you omitted to doe the Exchange is unreasonable high 13¾ p[er]% [percent] losse butt noe remeady but patience Dollers is not 9 p[er]% [percent] losse if money bee not remitted and that you have an oppertunity for this place or Stockton would desire you to send mee Dollers for the Remaynder In Short w[ha]t ever you doe shall content mee soe remitt or send Dollers as you see cause I leave itt to you Soe restes


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