Letter – William Blackett to James Standsfield – 20 Nov 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Nov 1676
Correspondent: William Blackett
Recipient: James Standsfield
Archive Source: NRS RH15 102 6 2
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1676 In Edinburgh	Sr James Standsfield’s acct


September 9th 

For three quarter part Charges made till this day at the       £310: 4: 3 3/8

  Leed Myns of Wanlock Head as per the pticulars given

For so much Resting me from you per yr quarter concern in       £48: 5:-

  Eagels Leed Myn as per acct given						

                                                            Is £358: 9: 3 3/8


September 9th pr monys & goods recd from you till this 

  present day as per acct stated with you                      £239:11:7

October 13th pr mo. sent to Jno Curtice as pr his receipt 

  given you                                                     £50

November 20th pr ordered me recave of John Schand               £50

  Pr Cash recd this day	                                        £18:17:8 3/8

									      Is £358: 9:3 3/8

Wm Blackett		

[verso:] Nov 1676 Sr Ja Standsfield’s acct for the Lead Myns

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