Letters – Michael Blackett to Rowland Bluee – 25 Mar 1681

Document Type: Letters
Date: 25 Mar 1681
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Rowland Bluee
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Rowland Bluee						Do 


since my comeing home have beene wth severall <tobacco> Customers but I desire to be excused haveing noe desire to meddle wth itt soe long as my Bro. Davison is concerned, I did thinke I had paid the ballance of ths acct but finding to the contrary wn I came home die Immediately after goe and pay itt – As to my resolveing you wn my Bro[ther] and myselfe will be att yor house I connot doe itt but I thinke sometime the next weeke ths being wt the p[re]sent offers I kisse yor hands & remaine


the ballance was £2.17.9d – Jno Gray <Rd> Ellstobb and did remember you yesterday, but mr Ellstobb <is> lying ill ever since you were here

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