Letters – John Wilkinson to Peter Bar – 21 Jul 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 21 Jul 1680
Correspondent: John Wilkinson
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar							Newcastle July 21st 1680

This comes to accompany mr Wm Burton Commander of the Seaventure of London In whome by my ma[ster]s order have loaden and Consyned unto the following goods viz

64 Ladoles

330 Anchor palms

49 bearing barrs

10 shovells

55 pann plates

54 hammer heds

62 Coulters – All of wch be pleased to receive and make wt you can of thm, for we can make nothing of thm here, soe referring the disposal of thm to yor prudent manedgemt not doubting in the least yor utmost Endeavours for my ma[ster]s advantidge remaines for MB


July 23rd 80 <sr> the above is Coppy of wt writt you <&> mr Wm Burton to wch having nothing of Enlardgmt referrs you and remaines


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