Letter – John Wilkinson to Henry Maister – 15 Dec 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 Dec 1677
Correspondent: John Wilkinson
Recipient: Henry Maister
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Newcastle Xber the 15th 1677

Mr Hen: Maister

Sr, Yours of the 7th present I have Recd In answer to wch my Master gave me Orders To advise you that the Vessell wth his Iron is safely Arrived and that the long Barrs proves very well: and for the Short Barrs hee knowes nott w[ha]t to do wthall for they are nott for this Markett soe I believe that they will lay in his hands for a long time, for your moneyes if you please to take a bill my Master will send you one or any other way you please to command itt will be ready for you your answer expected soe I am 

J W p[er] MB

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