Letter – Michael Blackett to Giles Bridgman – 3 Apr 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Apr 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Giles Bridgman
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Giles Brigdman:  					Newcastle Aprill the 3d: 1677


For want of Occation I have nott writt you this long time; but now my desire is; that you will please to lett mee know by your first conveniencey if you doe continue In yo[u]r Old way of Trade; but In case you doe nott; I desire you will doe mee the kindnesse to Recom[m]end mee to an honest car[e]full Man that will doe my businesse faithfully In yo[u]r place And who t'is lett them bee pleased to advise mee the Price of Rye and all other Sorts of Grayne and how much itt will cost a last bringeinge here. In doeing whereof you will very much oblige him that is


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