Letters – Michael Blackett to Andre Hebert – 16 Aug 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 16 Aug 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Andre Hebert
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Messrs Andre Hibert                                                  Newcastle   Aug the 16th 1679


      I have yours of the 12th present doe note that my friend Mr Jno. Launce of Marseilles has remitted you some bills upon my acct. wch. order to remit me the value when paid In good bills on London wch. pray lett be observed and send allwaies the bills to Mr Peter Bar Marhant In London, who will procure acceptance and after Convey them Safe unto me.

      I observe that one of Mr Launce’s bills is protested, I Suppose as this come to hand you will have advice where to address yourself for payment thereof, but I should think Mr Launce should take better care than to issue any such bills, as to any of his principalls Coales 8s per Ch: of 44 cwt Leed £10 per fodder of 21 cwt each hundred qty. 112 lb.  Grindstones 15s per Chalder Butter 16/- s per firkin if at any time thought capable of serving you for those paols, upon all occations freely Command   


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