Letters – Michael Blackett to Peter Bar – 7 Dec 1678

Document Type: Letters
Date: 7 Dec 1678
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Peter Bar
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Peter Bar                                               			Newcastle   xber the 7th 1678


I have inclosed sent you a bill wch I have upon you for <F 26d s> att 54 d[ay]s <flz> per W £58-11-8d the wch I question not your Complyance when due, In the mean time meeting with good <Advance> have this day valued upon you £50 per 6 d[ays] sight to the the Honorable Ralph Widdrington Esquire or order value of Mr Wm. Cole, to wch I intrust your Complyance, and what interest you think Convenient till you be Reimbursed shall willingly abate itt you, but if itt stand not with your Convenience, may upon Rect. call upon my father Sir Wm. Blackett for £50: to Answer my bill wch I think will not be denyed, I have this Last summer shipt great quantities of wheat, for the Streights and other places upon Commission, but have yet a little return in my owne hands, wch I intend for your place and will make bold to Consyne itt unto your selfe, wch if you can convey unto Lyvorne consigned unto your friend, shall be much to my satisfaction, if not shall desire you to make sale thereof to my advantage of wch concern more per next, Interim kissing your hands,   

      I remaine   MB

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