Letter – Peter Aram to John Gowland – 18 Apr 1714

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Apr 1714
Correspondent: Peter Aram
Recipient: John Gowland
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 190
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Mr Gowland			York 18 Aprill

My Master ordred me to acquaint you that if you should have occation for any bills for Sr. Bryon Stapylton against Whitsontide he will furnish you with Bills of a hundred Pound or if you will let him know in time my master hopes you have sent to Mr Pullons as he desired   Pray let my master Know his answer by the first oppertunity I am
Writer is un-named, but possibly Peter Aram, as he had been in touch recently with Sir Edward in connection with Stapleton.

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