Letter – Michael Blackett to Joshua Pannell – 23 Sep 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 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 23th 1676


My last to you was of the 22d present to w[hi]ch refers you Since w[hi]ch nothinge hath happened worth notice Soe that I have little more to Inlarge upon then to Advise you that John Vaughan is Sayled soe that I hope that hee may bee w[i]th you as soone as this when please God hee arrives be pleased to Receive my goodes above mentioned; the disposall of w[hi]ch I wholy leave to yo[u]r discrestion; I hope here after wee may bee better acquainted; if yo[u]r account of the Sale of these goodes for a Tryall give mee Encuradgement I shall nott long God willinge want supplyed or If att any time yo[u][r Market wantes either Leed Coales; Stockinges; Butter or Grindstones; I meane that some any profitt may bee gott Thereby upon the least notice from you If itt bee possible I will supply you my greatest fancey is to have quick vent and quick Returnes for I will bee content w[i]th as little profitt as any man shall bee ~ soe sellinge and as cheape as any that is my oppinion Jno Vaughan could but take In 18 Chalder of Grindstones soe demands noe more of him they Sortes are 17: Seaven footes 17 Six footes and eight foote In all 18 Chalder you have full power to Act In my concerne; soe use yo[u]r discrestion and w[ha]t evey you shall doe shall bee to the satisfaction of       MB:

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