Letter – Michael Blackett to Edward Fletham – 24 Feb 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Feb 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Edward Fletham
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Edward Fleetain [Fletham]   				Ditto [Newcastle 24 February 1676/7]

I have before mee thinee of the 22d present for answer unto w[hi]ch thou may take notice that I have Leed enough att thy service if In stead of 40 or 50 fudder thou shall have occation for 500 fudder I can furnish thee w[i]th itt upon a little warninge my lowest price is £10 p[er] fudder of 21 hundred each 100 of 112C weight and soe I have sold to severall In Towne; but because thou art a good Man and one whome I have a desire to bee acquainted withall In consideration of the quantity and Ready money I will abate thee 2s6d p[er] fudder now thou hast my very lowest price w[hi]ch if to thy content upon Receipt here of advise mee w[ha]t quantity thou would have mee to proceed for there and aganist w[ha]t time and thy Order shall bee dully observed by him who thou may comand upon all occations and realy is


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