Letters – Henry Witton to John Blackett – 4 Nov 1709

Document Type: Letters
Date: 4 Nov 1709
Correspondent: Henry Witton
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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Mr: Blacket	Newcastle <9>br 4 1709


Yours of the 5th instant Came <I …se> I observe the reason Why You Did Not Send the Acct: of the <Butter>, But I hope it May be Deliverd er this, I am Sorry Woolin Goods Goes of soe Slowly, pray Dispose of ours If it be possible, Shoud think that the Wintere Advanceing Woud Make them be in Demand, I fancy Mress Booth And Barnardistan Wil have Noe occasion being the Ships is all Commed Downe, to Drawe on You. I Shall Write You More att large next Weake from Wakefeild being for that place Soe pray Direct to Me their And please to Give Me the prices of Corne And Leathere I am in haste Sr  Yr Hume Servt

     Hen: Witton

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To Mr Jno Blackett Merchant In Rotterdam / Pd 3d

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