Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 14 Jun 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 14 Jun 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar								Newctl June the 14th 81


My last was from Stockton whereby I desired the kindnesse of you to write either to Mr Angier or any other freind you had att st Vallerins to Entreate thm to Enquire the best thay could, and of whome they thought convenient wheather the May=flower of Stockton Peter Chapman ma[ster] be any way as bound and if, to whome and for wt <suace> which kindnesse I hereby desire once againe, and I am Informed <Oliver Lamal> the English Interpreter is the fittest man to give me satisfaction therein, I have 5 or 6 <cwt> Coffee berrys In my hands soe I desire you to Enquire the best you can and wt price itt will give and In doeing whereof you’le oblige


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