Letters – Michael Blackett to Edward Fletham – 28 Jan 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 28 Jan 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Edward Fletham
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Edward Fletham                          				Ditto  

I have before me thine of the 24th present the Contents have observed, but I doe <declare> if thou will not be Quite [quiet?] itt it will be worse for thee, for as I live I am not able to pay any more mony, now if thou would consider thy own advantidge, I am very Certaine thou would comply with my Reasonable desire thou knows what <are the> Corne Lawes, and yet for all that I can doe the kindnesse and am willing, yet thou will not assist mee, in short if thee will not immediately furnish me with more mony, we must have a tryall at Law, soe consider of itt, but if thou will be Civill, order thy ship according to Contract and all shall be ready for the, thy Speedy Answer is Expected by  MB

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