Letters – Michael Blackett to George Moore – 2 Sep 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 2 Sep 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: George Moore
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Geo: Moore                                          			Newcastle   7ber the 2nd  1679


Inclosed is the acct. of your Rye the net proceed whereof is £109: 7s wch you may Rely upon wn dew but t’will be folly in me to demand it sooner, if you find any Error advise me and if shall be ratified if none note it accordingly, I am sorry for yr great Loss in measure but it Cannot be helped.  I thought those men to whome you made your bill payable had been <masters> of shipps wch made me write they should <See> your Corne, but it seems I was mistaken.  I have placed to acct <£>8: p Last but the march[an]ts Sweares they will abate me 2 X 8 p Last when they pay the money but I shall doe what I Can to get itt, though made <halfe> a promise to abate them something  I am    


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