Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 12 Feb 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 12 Feb 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar 							Newctl feb the 12th 1680/1


I am forced to trouble you once more wth the Inclosed from mr Robt Hutchinson wch I desire you to  p[er]use, and to lett yor man Enquire for him about Billingsgate (att wch place he being <amed> I question not but may be <found>) and dd the Inclosed to him, In which I have desired him to repaire unto you, and acct wth you, wch I desired you tht you will be to take the trouble upon you as to examine, and discourse the business wth him att lardge, and after examination iff you thinke concerned to seize upon his shipp, may please lett me know and I shall send you the bill of saile or to give me your advice wch I shall In every p[ar]ticular observe but I would be gladly cleare of him for I doe not like those ma[sters] who will not reckon wth there owners, for I am sure for ths foure or five yeares I have neither had acct nor faire word from him, and last voyadge he went clearely contrary to my minde, and his going of ths voyadge wch he now as I p[er]ceive designes clearely against my minde too but whatever you advise me too I shall God willing abserve itt, In the Interim I begg yor pardon for the trouble, and desires yor care In ths concerne and remaines

see following letter to Robert Hutchinson, enclosed with this cover letter

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