Letters – Michael Blackett to Edward Milburne – 18 Oct 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 18 Oct 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Edward Milburne
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Edwd Milburne						Newcl 8ber the 18th 81


I have received yor of the 18th wherein you write the good news of yor safe arrivall wherin you allsoe advise me not to be soe angry as I was last voyadge Indeed Mr Milburne you were mistaken I neither was angry last voyadge nor am I now. If I allow you to Mr Dawsons money I hope you will not refuse to allow me a letter of Attorney to receive the same againe, I have this post written Mr Peter Bar att <lardge>, wth whome I doe herebye order you to reckon withall and to pay him my proportion of profitt, if you doe wt you should doe Mr Milburne I am still willing to venter wth you if not, take wt follows, but I hope you will Consider your owne good, and send me the letter of Attorney desired dated about the time you went last from London, and for the rest Cleare of wt Mr Bar and I shall still remaine as I was allwais


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