Letters – Michael Blackett to Charles Banks – 23 Mar 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 23 Mar 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Charles Banks
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Ch: Banckes					Newcastle march 23rd 1679/80

This comes to accompany mr Nich: Bilton Commander of the Endeavourof Newc[astle] In whome I have loaden and Consigned unto you Eighty Eight Chalder Coales Newc[astle] measure, and the Stockins and Cloth tht should have come by Barth Kirkehouse, wch after good arrivall be pleased to receive and dispose thereof for my most advantage paying the ma[ster] noe freight, onelye lett the ma[ster] have wt money he wants for his occations, and 600 or <...> 700 over and above as he shall desire of you for to buy his loading wth all In Norway, as you are In disburse, may freelye Reimburse yourselfe upon me att pleasure, if Henry <Lawes> procure a freight I thinke you will be very little In disburse for all the three, but whatever you are may freely draw upon me, and I desire you further to accept mr Jno Strothers bills to the valew of 200: <stlg> and noe more for your reimbursement In every p[ar]ticular may <draw> as above Soe remains	MB

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