Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 22 Jun 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 22 Jun 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar							Newc[ast]le June the 22nd 80

Whereas I formerly writt mr Andre Hebert father and sonn of Paris to send all bills unto you to procure acceptance they missing ths time and sending the Inclosed bill unto me have made bold to send you the same and desire tht you will be pleased to procure the needful, wch I hope will not be difficult to doe, being really satisfyed, as he is satisfyed tht they are very good bills, wch hath Emboldened me att p[re]sent to valew the following bills upon you hoping you will Comply wth same, wt Consideration you desire shall willingly allow you itt <viz>

One for £80 p 5/d[ays] sight to mr Ralph Ellstobb or ord[er] valew of himselfe 	£80

One for £60 30/d sight to mr Jno <Odinfels> or order valew of mr Ralph Ellstobb £60

One for £60 30/d sight to mr Tho Bassett or ord[er] valew of mr Ra: Ellstobb    £60

One for £40 30/d sight to mr Thurman or ord[er] valew of do Ellstobb            £40

One for £40 30/d sight to mr Jno Sewell or ord[er] valew of do Ellstobb         £40

In all 	£

the Consideration above is tht if any of the bills be not good tht you be in disburse for me, I doe hereby stand Engadged to allow you Consideration soe desireing you tht you will Comply wth my said bills I remaine


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