Letter – Michael Blackett to Walter Chaytor – 19 Feb 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Feb 1676
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Walter Chaytor
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Newcastle Feb 19th 1675/6


My last was of the <5> feb to w[hi]ch referrs you have none from you soe the lesse to enlarge upon that <Beinge> cheifely to advise you that Jno Vagghan [Vaughan] is Sailed, who I hope may be with you ere this come to hand, when please God send him to his desired Port be pleased as formerly desired to dispose of my Lead as you shall think Convenient, not doubtinge but you will doe it to the best of your knowledge, for my most advantage & make a quick returne as formerly you have done I can send you noe Bill of Loadinge, but you are to pay noe more freight then 10 st[uyvers] p[er] peece with ½  a st[uyver] upon a Gilder for primadge & adveridge after the Lead is disposed of & a Spaniell sent me as is above desired, be pleased to send me <…> my account Currant that soe wee may beginn upon a new for longe <draeing> accounts I <never> <fancied> soe the sooner you dispose of my Lead & send mee the sd accounts Currant the more you will oblidge

Possibly to Walter Chaytor since the previous letter to him was crossed out?

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