Letters – Booth to John Blackett – 9 Jun 1711

Document Type: Letters
Date: 9 Jun 1711
Correspondent: Booth
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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	Konigsberg 9 June 1711

Mr John Blackett

      	Sr:  we are favoured with yours acceptable other 9 passd with one from Mr John Kelly, for whose accot we have taken 5 Last freight in the Hester of Newcastle Henry Newton Master for London with convoy from the Sound; his Concerns in him will amount to upwards of 100£ stirling <a you verso>

      We have this day given our bill up on you for 170£ paya at 41 ds Date to Paul Lafargue or order value off himselfe with which request your favourable Complyance on Mr Kellys accot and as soon as we send him Invoice and bill of Loading I shall draw in the remainder interim may follow his orders in insureing the sum above; we are with kind respects

         Sr yr most humble Servants

              Booth & Barnardiston

Amsterd: 264 ½ <H>

Hamb: 115 ½ <H>

[on verso:] To Mr John Blackett/ Merchant in Rotterdam

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