Letter – Michael Blackett to William Lee – 16 Nov 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Nov 1677
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: William Lee
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Newcastle 9ber the 16 1677

Mr Lee


I percieve by a letter from you to Cosin Rumney, that you Expect the 15th Xber next £150: - : - from mee, and has ordered him to Receive itt, you know very well I owe you nothing, and if you meane of the £150: - : - upon Mr Erringtons account you may Remember you writ mee word, that you valewed not whether I paid itt or not, soe that I have told Mr Erringtotn I will pay sd some to himselfe from whome you may please seeke your dew, besides nothing will serve you but Consideration <Toa> which I am not to pay, In short I will pay my money to whome I owe itt, and pray doe you Receive your money of those that owes you and lett us have noe more of this businesse, wch I hope neither hath nor will occation any difference betwixt you and mee, having realy a desire to be accounted one of <.. F>  MB

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