Letter – Michael Blackett to Abraham van Rincom – 28 Jun 1678

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Jun 1678
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Abraham van Rincom
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Abr: Van Rincom


I have Rec[eive]d all your Letters and accts p[er] Robt Wigginer wch have Examined found Right and booked accordingly, for the ballance of acct you may freely draw itt upon mee, payable In London as formerly advised In the house of Mr Hump Willett, where your bill shall Receive dew honour, but I must needs tell you your friend hath not dealt handsomely wth you about the <load> for noe sort of itt but better Comes att same price, soe that I shall be a great Looser, besides I understand not why you allow 3 p[er] % for <rys> paym[en]t for the Leed, your Custome is but 1 p[er]% and noe more I even allowed before of a mistake att your Leasure pray advise MB

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