Letters – Ralph Hall to John Blackett – 11 Mar 1709

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Mar 1709
Correspondent: Ralph Hall
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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Mr Blackett	New:C: Mar:11:1708/9

Sr Yors of the 12th Inst yor Stile  is Come to hand wch I observe Inclos’d you have a bill of Lading For 527 doz bottles on board Robt Bulman & Send the Neet proceed of them on board of him all in Tow vizt 5: Matts Bottles Tow and all the rest Reynsbro Tow. Let them be good and mark as in the margent [‘RL’ shown in adjacent left margin], also ship on board of him 5 matts <blo> Flax about 22 Stiv.rs Pr <Ho> (if yu can draw For it in this Town) draw at 2<ds>: I am Sr

      Yor Hum Servt  Ra: Hall

I believe the ship sails from here this day the winds being fair

[on verso:]

To Mr Jno Blackett M[er]chant In Rotterdam / Po: Pd 3d

[in a different hand:] Sent <1st> April 1709, answered the 7th

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