Letters – Michael Blackett to James Gould – 23 Dec 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 23 Dec 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: James Gould
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr. Jam: Gould and Compy                          		Newcastle   xber the 23rd  1679


I have not writt you this long time having had some Extraordinary business In the Country, but God willing shall make amends for the future, your acceptable of the 20th past is Come to hand, God be thanked for the arrival of the vessels In whome I am concerned my opinion is Clearely for taking market price upon arrivall, but as before I leave itt wholly to your discretion, not doubting but you will allwaies act for me as for yourselfe, Soe much for this time  I am  M B

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