Letters – Michael Blackett to James Gould – 11 Feb 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Feb 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: James Gould
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr James Gould                                              	NewC    feb: 11:  78/9


Mr Thos. Smith did not a little astonish me when he told mee that you had written him, you had never heard from mee since you sent me an accot, of your disbursements   I will assure you that the next post after Rect. thereof I did desire to know of you wheather you would please to have your mony paid to any in Newcastle or remitted and that next post I writ that <S. Jn Cu..> in case you would have it paid in London you might Call upon Hump. Willett for the same, and a while after I did desire you to forward mee a letter for Livorne by Reason that our post ma[ster] would not take it under double postedge, tho nothing in it but a bill of Loading, I desire to know if sd Letters never came to your hands, Especially that for Livorne, Inclosed is a bill to Reimburse you, I am sorry you have been soe long without your money   

      I am MB

if you demand your bill at sight it will be pd you

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