Letters – John Wilkinson to Peter Bar – 6 Sep 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 6 Sep 1681
Correspondent: John Wilkinson
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar								Newcl 7ber the 6th

Since the writing of the above have received a letter from my ma[ster] wth a note frm Mr Wall (to whome I gave my bill) to pay him or order the money wn received of Mr Benjamin Smith my ma[ster] allsoe advises tht he has sent you a Coppy of it, and you will accept itt soe I went down to Mr Wall and gave him my ma[sters] note and desired my bill in againe thinking my ma[sters] note alone sufficient, but he desired me to bill him. <send> both being my ma[sters] was not In the forme of a bill, and wheather <pray> please to accept you might, and the other he would order his freind to returne him, to the one of thm I desire yor complyance and remaine for MB 


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