Letters – Michael Blackett to John Wrenn – 25 Mar 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 25 Mar 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: John Wrenn
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Jno Wrenn 							Newctl march the 25th 1680/1


Att my return out in the Country have mett wth yors of the 4th p[re]sent by wch I p[er]ceive tht mr Davison was comd away for the North before you went to looke after him so tht you did not receive the £2.6.6 of him so may please to call upon mr Richd Hutton constantly to be found att mr Ralph Harups In Wappin who will pay itt unto you, I am sorry to heare of the Losse of the little dogg, but am glad tht you have gott a bitch for me wch I desire you to dd to said Capt Hutton who will take care of itt, As for the Leed Oare I have soe many bad Encouragements ths yeare, I am resolved not to be concerned therein but am glad tht mr Greeneville is about agreeing wth the Deane, wch he may doe in Gods name but am sorry tht he should take my delaying of itt ill from you, Whereas you say you sent Sr Ralph Jameson and myself a token in print of the <Jesuits> &c we never recd any such likewise – whereas you say you sent me a true Coppy of Assay under mr Prattles ma[ster] of the towers owne hand, I never recd any such tht being wt the p[re]sent offers remaines


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