Letters – John Wilkinson to John Allbertson – 29 Oct 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 29 Oct 1680
Correspondent: John Wilkinson
Recipient: John Allbertson
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Jno Allbertson							Newcst 8ber the 29th 1680

This comes to accompany mr William Woorte – Commander of the Hope of Yarm[out]h In whome I have loaden by order and for the acct of mr Matthew Skinner of London 400 ps of Leed wch after good arrivall b pleased to receive, paying the ma[ster] Tenn pounds freight for the same and as for the disposall thereof I refer you to wt order shall be given you by the said mr Skinner, If att any time I can serve you in ths place freely command  MB


Mr Jno Allderton

The above is Coppy of wt I writt you p[er] the ma[ster] wch I doe by ths confirme & remaine


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