Letters – Michael Blackett to Thomas Heseltine – 30 Dec 1679

Document Type: Letters
Date: 30 Dec 1679
Correspondent: Michael Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Heseltine
Archive Source: CUL Dd 7.26
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Mr Hesletine                     					ditto     


I am a little impatient till I heare how you proceed with Mr Langley, I wish with all my heart, you could order the Business soe, as to get him to accompt with you and get me all my money, and whereas I formerly hinted to abate them <£10:> of the Chardges rather than faile to be Cleare of them I will abate them £15: but I leave all to yr discretion, wt money they pay att London Send there note to Mr Peter Bar marchnt. in said place upon my accot., att your Leasure doe Begg a line or two of yr proceedings, Soe with my Service to all friends remaine     


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