Letter – Michael Blackett to Joshua Pannell – 24 Apr 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Apr 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Joshua Pannell
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Jos[hua]: Pannell   					Newcastle April the: 24th: 1677


      I have before mee yo[u]rs of the 30th past w[i]th an account of occuranceyes w[i]th you w[hi]ch pray continue to give mee one In 14/d[ays] and when I finde any Incurragement you shall want neither Leed; Coales Grindstones; not butter; but at present I finde none ~

      pray send mee p[er] first conveniencey of Shippinge a Rundlett of good honest Renish; and a nother of Renish wormwood as also a Land Shipp Screene of 7 or 8 Leaves and 2 yards and halfe a quarter high the price and goodnesse of all w[hi]ch I must leave to yo[u]r discression; butt pray lett them all bee as good as you can gett ~

      Coales 8s a Chalder Leed 10: to £11 p[er] fodder butter 15 to 16s Grindstones 14: to 15s all sortes of Grayne a <very> drugg I am


when I know you are In disbursse for mee; I shall send itt you over In Doll[er]s or remitt itt you

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