Letter – John Wescombe to Ralph Grey – 9 Dec 1673

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Dec 1673
Correspondent: John Wescombe
Recipient: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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       Desembr 9 1673


I have not bene honrd with anny of yors alonge tyme; and now are oblidged to till yew we shall never have a more favarable tyme them  at present for getting sattisfackson of the Judge of the admralty of towne; the damaidg and intrest of the butter: wee <obtaine > at <yours>; all we desire att courte in favor of yor <lynes> Mr Morgen ordrd me to advise yew of it; and to ordr the arrist wch yew  had sent to <bondicks> to be putt into the hands of Mr Wm Banger of paris to persue the <bissines>; he being the fitte name in France; Mr Morgen desirs yor answer and in what I may serve yew    

 Yor most humble sarvant John Wescombe

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