Letter – Michael Blackett to Mark Mortimer – 6 Jun 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Jun 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Mark Mortimer
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr Mark Mortimer            ditto [Newcastle June 6th 1676]


I have before me yo[u]rs of the 24th past by w[hi]ch p[er]ceive you missunderstand mee In myne of the 20th ditto for I have p[er]used my Coppe Book of Lett[e]rs and doe nott find that I advise you of Mr Tuckers beinge heere; <oneley> this I had order to furnish him w[i]th money w[he]n hee arrived and to reimbursse my self upon you; Soe desired to know whether you would accept my Bill upon the same account yea or nae hee is nott yett come heere; which if In case hee doe; and I furnish him w[i]th money I crave yo[u]r further answer In advising mee whether I may reimbursse my selfe upon you or nae In doeinge of which you will oblidge him that is     M:B:

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