Letter – Michael Blackett to Joshua Pannell – 22 Sep 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Sep 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Joshua Pannell
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr Jos: Pannell        Newcastle 7ber [September] the 22d 1676


I thinke you know mee soe well that I need noe letter of Recomendation from any Man of this Towne If you bee as Ready to send mee as I am to Imploy you noe question but you will Content mee and all the Actions prove to my Satisfaction, for a tryall where of I send and Consigne unto you by Mr John Vaughan the bearer hereof 400 p[ie]ces small Leed and 20 Chalders of Grindstones w[hi]ch after good arrivall bee pleased to Receive; and dispose thereof for my most advantage payinge the Ma[ste]r freight 9Sters p[er] p[ie]ces of Leed 4½ Gilders p[er] halder of Grindstones and noe more that is to say without Primidge or Averidge the disposall of my Goodes I wholly leave to yo[u]r discression not doubtinge but you will doe for mee as if it were yo[u]r owne concerne ~

Tomorrow God willinge I shall write you att large p[er] Post In the meane time remaynes


Mr Jos Oley is dead and buried

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