Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 11 Feb 1682

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Feb 1682
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar							Newcl Feb 11th 1681/2


I have yors of the 7th for wch I thanke you, and I question not but Mr Hutchinson will give me an answer next post- If Milburne be gone lett he goe a Gods name but wn he returnes, and if you want a letter of Attorney or any other paper I shall dispatch itt unto you – Incosed I send you my Bills of sailes for Hutchinson the Barkum man, as allsoe a letter I received last post from Mr Henry Willington of Dunkirke after p[er]usal you will p[er]ceive what a hopefull bird Mr Murcade is – pray be pleased to write and send said Willington what is necesary and advise me as you p[ro]ceed and you’ll very much oblige


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