Letters – Michael Blackett to Israell Hayes – 18 Jun 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 18 Jun 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Israell Hayes
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Israell Hayes						Newctl June the 18th 81


Mr Jno Launce of  Marsa[eilles] In his letter of the 14th Instant wch came to my hands last past writes me tht he has ordered you to remitt me I desire to know wheather he hath given you any such order you or or noe and if he has would desire you to forbeare remitting itt me because I shall <send> a vesselle or two to <Janning> or <Embden> to loade oats, where I shall have occation for money soe shall order my <suger> Cargoe to draw upon you the needfull from thence – soe desireing yor answer p[er] first and kisseing yor hands I remaine


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