Letters – Michael Blackett to Matthew Skinner – 9 Oct 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 9 Oct 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Matthew Skinner
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Matthew Skinner						Newcst 8ber the 9th 1680


I have before me yours of the 5th p[re]sent the Contents whereof have well observed and shall according To your order by the first convenience (wch I thinke may be the beginning of the next weeke) ship 200 piggs of small Leed for acct of you and myselfe and Consigne thm to Mr Daniell <Cognand> att Rouen of wch wthin a post or two may expect an Invoyce, In the Interim you may assure yourselfe tht wn att any time I am honord wth any of yor concernes, noe endeavour shell be awanting noe nor not one stone unturned tht may in the Least tend to your advantage by him tht is 


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