Letters – Michael Blackett to Robert Hackshaw – 7 Nov 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 7 Nov 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Robert Hackshaw
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr  Robt Hackshaw                                   				9ber:  7: 1679


I forbeared sending your accot of Capt. Andre <Creste> his Cargoe until I was assured on purpose to have gotten in all the small billets wch he had past upon me, that soe we might have had noe task <unknowing>, by the accott sent you last post wch I hope is come well to hand, there remained due unto me the some of                       	

                                                    £44: 6: 4

and since is come to hand two more of the Capt his

    small billets vizt one to the butcher for beefe £ 2:16: -

    the other to the pompmaker for a pomp <..>      £ 1:17: 8

                                             in all £48: -: -

wch sum of forty eight pounds I have this day valued upon you p 4 d[ays] sight to Mr Lancelot Algood or order, to wch I question not your compliance, my sd bill will nott be presented you 

these 10 d[ays] for the partie to who payable bring it along with him, If any more of the Capt. billets come, I shall discharge them all, & reimburse my selfe upon you  soe remaine    


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