Letter – Michael Blackett to George Moore – 27 Aug 1678

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Aug 1678
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: George Moore
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr George Moore


I have yours of the 22d for Answer I have been with severall of our march[an]ds, but none will bid mee above £7: 10: for your Corne, because I stand att £10: - : -  I thinke they would be willing to give £7: 15: - but I am not Certaine of itt

Corne Retailed as followeth

Rye 2s 2d to 2: 3d p[er] Bush[el]

wheate 7s to 8s p[er] B<owle>

malt 2s to 2: 2d p[er] Bush[el]

beanes 18d to 22d p[er] Bus[hel]

oates 12d to 15d

white pease 2s 6d to 2: 10d p[er] Bush[el] I have not further to Inlardge but to assure you that I am MB

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