Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 30 Oct 1680

Document Type: Letters
Date: 30 Oct 1680
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Pr Bar							Newctl 8ber the 30th 1680


I am advised by me ma[ster] Chris Blackett ma[ster] of my ship called the resistance now att Dunkirke tht there is one Phillipp Peather <andels!> there who pretends to have had a pt of the said vessell wn she was Roger <Kuupes> of whome I bought her, now least ths peather might trouble her att Dunkirke as not haveing recd for his pretended pt of <kuupe> its my request to you tht you will be pleased to write to yor Correspondant att  Dunkirke desiring him to <bayle> my said Ma[ster] or shipp and I will stand obliged to you to keepe you and him harmless soe pray to write over by the first pot because Ch: Blackett writt me he fears an arrest I rest


I have ths day consigned unto you seventy Bundles Calfe Skins for the disposal of wch more p[er] next abord of Tho: <Caeson>. I desire you in all kindnesse tht you will be pleased to lett yor servt give me notice of language he from Capt Milburne

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