Letters – Michael Blackett to Andre Hebert – 26 Aug 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 26 Aug 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Andre Hebert
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Messrs Andre Hibert & Compy                             		Newcastle   Augt. the 26th  79


I have yours of the 23rd present whereby you remitt me £158:16s In a Plymouth bill, for the future pray observe that except there be a necessity or an advantage, never to send me any other but London bills, I have sent this of yours for acceptance, and question not but itt will be Complyed of with all, I heartily thank you for your care in forwarding me my letter from Mr. Jno. Launce whereby perceive he has remitted you the balance of my acct. wch. I leave to your prudent manadg[me]nt to remit me as monies come in for my most advantidge, have noe more to Enlardge you upon but if att anytime serve you in this place upon all occations freely Command               M B

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