Letter – Michael Blackett to Abraham van Rincom – 8 Jun 1678

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Jun 1678
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Abraham van Rincom
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Newcastle June the 8 1678

Mr Abr: Van Rincom


I have yours of the 7th present should be glad to heare of Robt Wigginers Arrivall wch now I Expect from you every post, w[ha]t bills you drawe upon mee towards his Loading make them payable In the house of Mr Hump. Willett In London, and I question not but you have provided mee good and Cheape goods haveing had time enough for the doeing thereof as great hopes of a Generall peace I should thinke a parcell of fine narrow flatt Right Sweeds Iron, may be gott att your place pretty Reasonably, soe if ought under 6 <.> or to be procured for 6 <.> <p..> I Care not if you shipp mee 5 or 10 tonn In sd Wigginer I am MB

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