Letter – Michael Blackett to Joshua Pannell – 5 Sep 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Sep 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Joshua Pannell
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Jos[hua]: Pannell   					Newcastle Sep[tember]: 5th: 1677


I am Called out of towne my vessell by whome this comes will be loaden this weeke with Coales and Grindstones the quantity of each I Cannot advise you, but the master is an honest fellow w[ha]t he hath in take all, and dispose thereof (as I yesterday Writ you p[er] post) as well as you Can for Ready mony, and Reshipp mee the nett proceed In fine small Rodd Iron, and if any goods to be had upon freight for this place pray helpe mee to them, you are to pay the m[aste]r noe freight, but if he desire any mony, lett him have w[ha]t he pleases soe farr as £400:=: I am


if I could have staid att home you should have had a quantity of Leed

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