Letter – Michael Blackett to Henry Maister – 27 Feb 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Feb 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Henry Maister
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Hen[ry]: Maister     				Ditto [Newcastle 27 February 1677]


      Inclosed is an Invoyce of Goodes laid aboard John Thompson; w[hi]ch after examination and findinge right; bee pleased to place the amount thereof beinge £42:16:9 to my Creditt and lett itt Stand In place of w[ha]t you are to disbursse for mee and when I know w[ha]t more the full charge of the goods desired will bee I will God willinge order itt you either to yo[u]r place or send you a bill for itt ~

      Inclosed is the Ma[ste]r his receipt for the £10:=:= pray agree for the Studies I am:

See the MB letter to Maister on 9 March 1677, which uses the word ‘Studdies’ to be used to ‘bow Iron upon and break Sockes and Coulters’.

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