Letter – Philipp Leece to Humphrey Willett – 2 Jun 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Jun 1677
Correspondent: Philipp Leece
Recipient: Humphrey Willett
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mes[seurs] Hump[hrey]: Willett and Company        		ditto [Newcastle 2 June 1677]


      Yo[u]rs of the 29th past requiring little answer save onely my Ma[ste]r his order about the Gowne and Petty Coate for my Mis[tress]: And my Ma[ster] his Order to mee is to advise you that both hee and my Mis[tress] soly leaves both the Collour and silk and w[ha]t ever else belonges to the Gowne and Petty Coate to yo[u]r Ladyes Choyce onely lett the Gowne bee alittle shorter wasted then the last and not alltogether soe wide and alsoe desires you to send them by the first conveniencey of Shippinge w[i]th a poynl [panel?] Whiske about £4: or £5 price and 3 yards of Greene Satton Ribbin for Sleeve Stringes ~

      Inclosed you have a bill for £100: of which you are desired when dew to p[ro]cure the needfull w[hi]ch is all that can be gott att p[re]sent but when any more can bee hadd will be sent you and soe remaynes

      P[hillip]:L[eece]: p[er] MB:

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