Letter – Michael Blackett to Urban Hall – 29 Jun 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Jun 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Urban Hall
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Urban Hall   						Newcastle June the 29: 1677


By the Recommendation of my Bro[ther]: Timo[thy]: Daveson [Davison] I writ you the 18th present by my servant Phillipp Leece, which if delivered unto you and you desired to act my Concernes, pray Lett it be done to my most advantidge, In short pray observe s[ai]d Leece his order in every Particular, and when you have occation to draw upon mes[seurs] Bankes of Hamb[rough] upon my acco[un]t doe but acquaint my s[ai]d servant therewith that he may Likewise give advice thereof, and all your bills will be dewly honoured, pray deliver the Inclosed when Called for, and you will much Engade


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