Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 1 Jul 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 1 Jul 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar                                  		NewC     July the primo 1679


Inclosed is five bills, I desire that you would be pleased to procure the needful thereof, one already is accepted, the Second for <p> 500: may please to lett your man show to Mr Jam: Gould who Sent the first to Amsterdam for acceptance and who by this post I have desired to dd the Same unto you Mr Ra: Harrup of Wappin has Recd mony of masters upon my acct. but cannot have an acct. from him how much though have desired itt  I have already Sometime since drawne upon him £60: pray lett your man demand of him what he has Recd. over and above, I have ordered him to pay itt unto you   I have this day valued upon you £52:=:= per 22 d[ays] sight unto Mr Benjamin <Dawson> or order value of him, I Suppose Mr Harup will furnish you with as much upon demand however pray lett my bill be complied withall In doing whereof you will oblidge  MB

I hope you have had all the mony for the Iron

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