Letters – Ralph Hall to John Blackett – 23 Sep 1709

Document Type: Letters
Date: 23 Sep 1709
Correspondent: Ralph Hall
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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Mr Blackett	New:C: Seper 23: 1709

Sr, Yors I reed, the Three Matts BB @ 21½ I do not Like at all Snuit wo[ul]d give more Content tho it was Shipt @ 16: & 17:, the remainder of my former Order if yu cannot get <Reynsbro> Send Snuitt, I hope ere this my Cottons are disposed off, Butter is at 13: to 15s pr Firk[in] but its thought will be Cheaper Ship me pr first 5: Matts <blo:> Flax, hast,

Sr, Yor Hum<ble> Serv[ant]

Ra: Hall

I shall write again to yu of Tuesdays Post 

[on verso:] To:/ Mr John Blackett/ Merchant/ In/ Rotterdam

po: pd 3d 

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