Letters – Michael Blackett to Robert Hackshaw – 28 Oct 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 28 Oct 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Robert Hackshaw
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Robt. Hackshaw                           			Newcastle   8ber the 28th 1679

Whereas last post I valued upon one Mr Jno. Hackshaw a bill for £20:= 2 d[ays] sight to Edwd Blackett Esq. or order itt was intended upon your selfe Soe desire that you will be pleased to take noe notice of itt but to accept itt when presented and pay itt wn due and Soe doeing whereof you will very much oblidge     


I hope the Capt. may be att his port  I have yet to pay for some Grindstones and his pilotidge  outwards, Soe cannot send the accot. till next I have yours of the 23rd and have writt to Bridlington Soe Soone as I receive answer itt shall be Reported unto you. I will Warrant you I will get you news wheather he is dead or alive

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