Letters – John Bouman to John Blackett – 17 Feb 1711

Document Type: Letters
Date: 17 Feb 1711
Correspondent: John Bouman
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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Vercoop Reek oover 23 Ps Coddens van de Heer John Blackett <ontH> en voor desselfs reekening Vercogt in Publique Vercooping als:

den <18 7b 1710>

2pes                 @ 5f        f10:-

Den 29 Jann see 1711

2pes                 @ 5          10:

2:                   @ 4:15<pr>    9:10:

2:                   @ 4:10        9:

4:                   @ 4:5        17:

11:                  @ 4:         44:


    Oncosten     ass 10pc          9:19


Sleeploon & oparbeyden f1:	

Pakhuys huur            2:

myne Provisie @ 1pc      :18       3:18


       <Sarvum Enneunt>

       John Boumane

	Amstdm 17 Fed 1711

Mr John Blacket


Since my Last off 29 past, Since not reced anny off you so this ownly to gi[ve] yo acct Sale off the Coddens, above men[tioned] the nead proceed is 85:13:- off which the Ca[ddens] dispose after abating post off Letters last and this year - : - :- and iff I can Serve in this or anny other buisnes from insanens [instance] buying or selling off goods, on <Batwau-ted> anny hollands & recommend me, iff ye would have the <Pees> on two hollands for this & noceed, or more I shall serve ye as <...> as no boddy shall do ye on which ye may depend— as likewise <..> at I am with due <Respect> Sr Your most Humble Servt

    John Bouman

Nr I find but very few letter so itt is not worth to change anny for itt ad

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

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