Letter – Michael Blackett to Walter Chaytor – 27 Nov 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Nov 1675
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Walter Chaytor
Archive Source: CUL MS Add 91
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Newcastle November 27

Mr Walter Chaytor


I have before me yours of the 19th present with an acct of the 400 Bundells Rod Iron which I have Examined found Right and Booked in Conformity with you but no news of Vaughan as yet I wish he may be safe your Bill of £85 shall be discharged never feare it if you could send me an Anker of Excellent Good old Hock you would do me an exceeding great kindnesse provided it were Good I would not valew the Cost but if not Excellent Good I would have none I have drunk very Good In your place many atime I would not have Rennish wine nor that sort which they call Balloack but right ould Hock I must have it if possible if you can send me an ano[t]her of the same you will Obliedg[e] MB

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