Letters – Michael Blackett to Edward Crisp – 25 Jan 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 25 Jan 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Edward Crisp
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Edwd Crispe						Newctl January the 25nd 80/81


I have before me yors of the 20th Instant wherein you write tht I writt you in mine tht Leed is here to be procured att £9 or £9.2s att the most, I will assure you I never writt you any such thing for I writt tht noe Leed is here to be procured £9 and I believe hardly att £9.10s for itt is generally sold att £9.15s I should not question to procure some att £9.10s <first penny> att wch price if you please to have any I desire yor order and reemaines


an acct of other Chardges Sealinge and labourage to boate 14d p[er] fodder wherry hire 12d p fodder Cockett 3/8d water <dews> 2/8d and the men tht takes itt in will expect 2/8d to drinke

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