Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 23 Dec 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 23 Dec 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar                          				ditto


I have beene att Yorke and elsewhere in the Country these 5 weeks by past otherwise yours of the 22nd past should sooner have beene answered  Inclosed you have Receipts for yr £2: pd <Sturman>  pray I make an end of itt for I abhorr difference if all things In the world, whatever you doe shall be Content with tho I loose £20:   I wonder you write me that the bill of £35: is not yet paid it was my fathers  bill tho drawne by his man  <Cuthbt> Snow, and <..rapp> writes he has paid itt long since, but if any dammadge upon yr accot, Set me <downe> whatever you please for Satisfaction I will allow itt, and if Cannott get itt againe will loose itt, I am certaine I paid good advance for said bill, against the freight have a good bill and punctually pd and you See how itt falls out, a Spedy end of all differences will much oblidge    


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