Letter – Michael Blackett to Joshua Pannell – 7 Jul 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Jul 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Joshua Pannell
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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mr Jos[h]ua Pannell   						ditto [Newcastle July] 7th 1677


      I perceive by a Letter  from mr Nicholas Verlan[e] of Amsterdam that you have ordered him to buy mee a <Schreene> [Screen?] and to send itt mee p[er] first Convenience, w[hi]ch is well, In paying him for the same you need not trouble your selfe (if not already done) but order him to place itt to my acco[un]t  - what you finde by your bookes dew to mee may please to send mee the nett p[ro]ceed thereof In rodd Iron p[er] first Convenience ~

      Hen[ry]: Laws the bearer here of if he returne hither will bring itt for mee, if he doe not you may send itt by any other Convenience ~ I doe not question but you Can buy as Cheap as others, and be as spareing in the Charge, all which I Leave to your discretion ~

      I heare Leed is Rissen with you to 24 or 25 if soe Lett mee know p[er] first ~ and I desire, you will please once In 14/d[ays] to advise mee how occurrances rules w[i]th you I am


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