Letter – Michael Blackett to Theodore Jacobson – 19 Aug 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Aug 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Theodore Jacobson
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Mr Theadore Jacobson     Ditto [Newcastle 19 August 1676]


This is to give you notice that Shippes Guedeperes is well arrived In this River who delivered mee yo[u]r letter of the p[ri]mo present accordinge to yo[u]r Order thereby shall furnish him w[i]th a Loadinge of good Coales And Reimbursse my selfe upon you w[he]n needfull; for the Cost and Chardges thereof; I have noe more to Enlardge upon Save onely to Advise you That next Post I hope to send you the Invoyce of £5 Shepper Pells Loadinge In the meane Time Remaynes    M:B:

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