Letter – Michael Blackett to Nathaniel Smith – 24 Oct 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Oct 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Nathaniel Smith
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr: Nath[aniel]: Smith   Newcastle 8ber [October] the 24th  1676


My last to you was of the 17th present Inn w[hi]ch I did advise you that I had Sold yo[u]r pap[er] to Mr W[illia]m Hutchinson att 2S 8d p[er] Reame w[hi]ch could nott bee delivered till this day by Reason of the Throngness of the Fayre I allso writt the [you] the 25 of Aug[us]t that there was 130 Reame of the pap[er] w[hi]ch was a mistake for I returned noe more butt 128 Reame and proc[ure]d noe more att the delivery of the same an account of w[hi]ch may expect p[er] next In the meane time remaynes


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