Letter – Michael Blackett to Urban Hall – 18 Jun 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Jun 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Urban Hall
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Urban Hall     						Newcastle June 18: 1677


      The above doth Embolden mee to trouble you with these few lines requesting itt of you, that if Incase the bearer hereof Phillip Leece doe Repaire unto you, you would please to afford him your best advice and assistance, and if he desire you either to sell or buy goods upon my acc[oun]t pray Lett it be done to my best advantage, and In short observe his order in every particular, If you chance to be In disburse may freely reimburse your self upon M[esseur]s Charles and James Bankes marchants In Hambrough, who will honour your draughts ~

      Sir if you act my Concerne pray study my most advantage and you will much oblidge


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