Letters – George Heron to Mathew Jarrold – 24 Sep 1710

Document Type: Letters
Date: 24 Sep 1710
Correspondent: George Heron
Recipient: Mathew Jarrold
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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	Rotterdam 24 7ber 1710


Be pleased to pay unto Mr John Blackitt or order The Summ of Two Hundred and Twenty Guillders fifteen stivers and place it to accompt of Srr 

	Yr Humble Servant

	George Heron

To Mr Mathew Jarrold

In Rotterdam

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