Letters – Michael Blackett to Hubert Aylwyn – 20 Jun 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 20 Jun 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Hubert Aylwyn
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr  Hurbt Awlwyn                               	Newcastle    June the  20:   79          


I have received your letter by which I understand Mr Lorrence is safely Arrived with 50 casks of Leed Oare I shall have 40 or 50 Casks more to Shipp about this day Sennett Soe desire to have yr Answer if they may be in time enough with you to have Convenience for Shipping for Marsalles or otherwise for Livorne upon the fleet that is agoeing  I formerly wait you to Consigne them unto Mr Gilbt Serle who is in Compy with Mr Jno. Jollife and to whome I shall give the needful orders about the disposal thereof  yr Answer per first pray afford unto        


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