Letters – Michael Blackett to Joseph Dalwin – 10 Jun 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 10 Jun 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Joseph Dalwin
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Josp & Leond <Dulinier>                           		Newcastle    June the 10:  1679


      I have before me yours of the 5th present the Contents have observed for Answer may please take notice that tis my opinion vessels may be gott for Rouen att about  28/s or 30/s per Ch: or 35/s att most

      Though have sought after none but am very well Satisfyed of itt for Havre de grace for betwixt 20/s and 25/s you paying the 50 sol per tonn and all other Chardges, freight enough to be had and very Cheape, but pray minde I am unwilling to owne strangers goods tis not my Custom, Except I have allowance for the same for Loading her, and Entering her in my name and takeing likewise bills of Loading in my name, I demand 3 per Ct wch I think is reasonable, I am Certain I shall save him no small matter, till the objections be cleared shall begg yd Excuse, yr Answer att yr Leasure is desired by    


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