Letter – Michael Blackett to Henry Maister – 29 Jun 1678

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Jun 1678
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Henry Maister
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Newcastle June the 29 1678

Mr Hen: Maister


I am afraid some hath Comd betwixt you and the Iron for since I gave you order for the buying thereof, I have not heard one word from you, if its bargaine goe on, my man Jno Wilkinson will punctually dischardge all your bills for God willing I Intend for London upon monday next where if you desire any moneys <to be> paid, make your bills p[er] In the house of Mr Hump Willett, and they shall be Complyed withall I have some thoughts of giving you a visitt either as I goe or Returne, but Cannot yett tell wheather I am MB

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