Letters – Michael Blackett to Edward Crisp – 8 Feb 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 8 Feb 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Edward Crisp
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Edwd Crispe	Newctl fb 8th 1688/1


whereas I formerly writt you tht I had conditionally agreed for 100 ps Leed att £9.10s p[er] fodder and tht I had given him £10 In Earnest provided you agreed of itt have since agreed wth Madam Gray for 100 ps att £9.10s and to be delivered aboard free of all charges save onely my Commission I have allready recd of mr Fenwicke £60.= and shall God willing shipp you the Leed p[er] the first opportunity and p[er] post as soone as shipt an Invoyce of itt soe remaines


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