Letters – Michael Blackett to Charles Banks – 2 Mar 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 2 Mar 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Charles Banks
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Ch: Banckes                                 			March the 2nd   79/80


What preceeds is Coppy of what I last writt you about businesse, since none from you Soe the lesse to Enlardge upon this being chiefly to Confirme the same, and to desire you by all meanes, that if possible you will either give him a freight yourself for London, or procure him as many goods as will loade him, wch if not to be Effected, I desire your utmost Endeavour for procuring him a freight, to any other place, if neither can be gott may please to furnish him with wt money he desires according to my letter of creditt, and as you are indisburse may freely Reimburse yourselfe upon me att pleasure    

I am   M B

Sir  I doe desire of you that you would be pleased to get the Inclosed Indentures Enrolled, before itt be too late, and to Send me them backe per first opportunity with an acct. of the Chardges wch please place to my debit, whereon you will very much oblidge me being for a particular friend  I am    MB

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