Letters – Michael Blackett to Edward Crisp – 17 Dec 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 17 Dec 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Edward Crisp
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Edwd Crispe 								Newctl xber 17th 80


Yors of the 11th p[re]sent I read wth an Inclosed bill upon mr Robt Wetwang, wch as yett he will not accept, but desires me not to return itt, being he will consider of itt better against the next post, att wch time if he doe not accept itt I shall returne itt protested, As for myselfe I have noe desire to be concerned In Leed ths yeare, being very deepley Engadged allready, but if you have a desire for any I thinke I can procure itt as cheape as anotheer I can but itt now att £9.19.8 p[er] fother each Fother qtt 21 Cwt each hundred 112lb ths being the needfull att p[re]sent I remaine


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