Letters – John Wilkinson to James Burkin – 25 Sep 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 25 Sep 1680
Correspondent: John Wilkinson
Recipient: James Burkin
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Jam: Burkin and Comp[any]				Newcst 7br 25th 1680


In my mas[sters] absence is comed to hand yors of the 21st p[re]sent, and cannot but thinke itt a little strange tht my ma[ster] should draw bills and neglect to give advice Thereof for I <know previously was> never his p[racti]se to doe soe but I suppose his being in the Country ever since has occationed itt, soe I doe by ths Humbly begg of you tht you will be pleased to send yor man to the Gentleman tht has the bill and tell him you will pay itt, and I shall God willing Take care to remitt you itt the next post In the In the Interim remaines for MB


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