Letters – Michael Blackett to George Torriano – 28 Oct 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 28 Oct 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: George Torriano
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr  George <Torriano>                                       		8ber :  28 :   1679


my vessel sailed yesterday for Yarmo when please god she arrives thence my servant Jno Wilkinson (who is gone along with her) will not faill but imediately give you advice thereof, if you resolved of any Herring either mr Jno. Ferrior or Mr Edmd. Thaxter will be ready to wait upon there freind  I have writt to Capt. Wetwang who I question nott butt will have a particular care of them and when they come to part in the gulf of Lions, I am satisfied he will send a man of war to see her past the ilands of Aires at least, if nott to her port, this I think may be incouragemt, butt use your discretion   I am   M B

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