Letter – Michael Blackett to Robert Jackson – 12 Oct 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Oct 1675
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Robert Jackson
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Newcastle 8ber 12th

Mr Robt Jackson


I have before me yours of the 7th present alsoe one of the 11th I am glad Dickeson is Arrived with you & that you have given advice of all the Bills I have filled up for there Complience I neither doe nor ever did questione. your order about drawing no money upon Mr Chipsham is come to late for tis already done but the neet proceed of the prunes I suppose he will order me to pay unto you nor do I know w[ha]t you meane by saying there is money dew betwixt us for there is nothing betwixt you & me that I know of w[ha]t is by past you must end with my father I hade nothing to do with it nor say to it <…> that the Bill of £35 upon Mr Soulsby w[he]n <recd> will be the <Artickle> of any acct betwixt us two w[hi]ch is accepted & I think will be dewly p[ai]d If you cannot send me any Blanck Bills to <free> up for 4 or 5 or 600<£> certainly there is sume in your place that would be glad of the <motion> for 28/d date is a long time I have no reason to desire one for twill be but trouble to me only because I did partly promise one I would Have one if possible but shall do no more so so either get me one & send for the time <one> p[er] next post; or I must run away w[hi]ch take into Consideration and afford your answer unto MB

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