Letters – Michael Blackett to Tempest Raine – 18 Mar 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 18 Mar 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Tempest Raine
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Tempest Raine                             				ditto 


I have yours by my frigatt who you may expect againe very shortly I am sorry you could procure neither Cynimond not mace, I hope the <Corel> you will, pray after Arrivall lett her be dispatched, with £100: or £150: worth of Spices as you can meet with them in goodnesse and Cheapnesse wch I wholly leave to your discretion and att any time when you can procure a good penniworth , buy me £100: worth and reimburse yourselfe upon me, you may likewise procure me al marchands <goods> you can, and send me by him <sum> white pollishist marble flagges well varied, seventy  <Tuches Sq> which be sure lett be the very best that mony can by  I have sent you a Rundlett of ale for a token.     I am    MB

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