Letters – Michael Blackett to John Ferryer – 25 Oct 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 25 Oct 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: John Ferryer
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Jno. Ferryer                                             Newcastle   8ber the  25th 1679

I have dispatched the yarmth me.ch.t who is now ready to embrace the first opportunity of a faire winde, and by whome you will receive these lines from the hands of my Servt, Jhn Wilkinson, who I desire you to furnish with wt mony he demands, take up the value of masters and draw upon me att sight, for I expect noe Herring upon freight, and having left room for 5. 6 or 700 barrills if none att last to be had, my s[ai]d servant will venter if reasonably cheape, sd quantity upon his owne accot. Soe pray assist him not onely with mony but allsoe with your best advice In whatever he desires of you In doing whereof you will infinitely oblidge me who shall ever acknowledge the same as soe much done unto    M B

                         Sent coppy per mare

Mr Edmd Thaxter                   			Do

Writt him the same as above Mr Jno. Ferryer per post and sent him a coppy per mare  M B

Mr Geo. Spilman           			Do     

Writt him the same of the above Mr Jno. Ferryer per post and sent him a coppy of itt per mare  

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