Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 15 Jul 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 15 Jul 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar							Newcl July 15th 81


Inclosed is a letter from Mr Israell Hayes of Amsterdam as  allsoe an answer to itt, wch I desire you to send forward as you shall have occation, you will p[er]ceive tht said Hayes has order form Mr Jno Launce of Marseilles To remitt me £2000, according as the Exchange is betwixt Paris and London, you will p[er]ceive likewise tht ths Effects is not In his hands nor will not be ths 14/d or 3/w but if I will draw upon him he will hand my bills – Now if I leave the businesse wholly to you either to draw the needfull upon him or to forbeare till he remitt wheather you thinke the more for me advantadge and if you doe draw lett me know how much the sume amounts to. End of the last yeare you received by Thos Cason seaventy douzen of Calfe skinns, for wch I want a Certificate of the Landing thereof, pray send me it downe p[er] next post otherwise I shall be Exchequered I long to heare form Mr Marcade 7/d is past I feare itt may be his turne in the Country now to putt it of 7/d longer I am


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