Letters – Dorothy Blackett to Peter Bar – 15 Jun 1683

Document Type: Letters
Date: 15 Jun 1683
Correspondent: Dorothy Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar								Newcl Jun 15th 83


Yors of the 31 past have recd for wch I returne you my most humble and heartye thanks and does by ths begg itt of you tht you’ll be pleased now and thn to be putting Mr Hutchinson in mind of the Interest due upon the tally ----  As for the bills of saile of the Unitye pray keepe thm in yor hands till itt shall please God she shall arrive and thn be pleased to give me an acct and yor thoughts wt is left to be done in the businesse we begging yor pardon for ths trouble I remaine

Written nearly 2 months after Michael Blacketts death by his widow Dorothy.

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