Letters – Michael Blackett to Nicholas Skinner – 12 Nov 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 12 Nov 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Nicholas Skinner
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Nich Skinner	Newctl 9ber 12th 80

Sr I have yors of the 4th I shall att any time be willing to serve you according to yor desires, have wth much adoe effected yor ordr but to gett itt for £9.10s was forced to buy 200 ps wch I hope will be to yr Content otherwise am willing to be ¼ concerned wth you, tho am deeply engadged allready, wt for Livorne and wt for Marseilles I have gott thm shippt Inclosed is Invoyce amounting unto £134: wch place to my credit, till can meete wth an opportunity of chardgeing the same upon you I am to meete the Capt in the afternoone p[er] next shall have a bill  of Ladeing In conformity to yr desire i am –   MB

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