Letters – Henry Wilton to John Blackett – 14 Sep 1711

Document Type: Letters
Date: 14 Sep 1711
Correspondent: Henry Wilton
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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      Wakefeild 9ber 14 1711

Mr John Blacket	

I write you some time Agoe and I then desired you to Send me an Accompt of the Sailes the Cloth and alsoe and Acct: Current but I have not since heard from you; I Send this to Desire you Once more to Send it that the Balance May be Settled And to whome due paid for the Acct has stoud too long unsettled and I hope we may begin Upon a fresh Trade please to give advice of the price of <Rapes> and the Sortes of cloth and you’l oblige <Sre>

	Your Hum Servn

	Hen Wilton

[on verso:] To Mr John Blackett/ Merchant in Rotterdam

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