Letters – Michael Blackett to George Moore – 19 Jun 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 19 Jun 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: George Moore
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Geo: Moore                                              		Newcastle    June the 10:  1679


I have before me yours of the 5th have discoursed with most of our marchands but cannot possibly procure more for your Rye, than £8:  per Last to take all and pay within 3 m[onth] more than that I could not prevaile to have any pd in hand and none but two would offer me soe much, to whome I sold itt conditionally if you approve thereof, Soe use your discretion, I will assure you tis well looked after and Constantly turned once a weake our marketts dayly falls wheate 4/s to 4/s 6d per Bush the best, Rye 2/s 2d  to  2/s/6d malt 2/s  oates 12d   I am   


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