Letter – Margaret Grey to Randolph Richardson – 3 Apr 1677

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Apr 1677
Correspondent: Margaret Grey
Recipient: Randolph Richardson
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      April the 3: 77

Mr Richardson

Yours: the 29th of March with the Inclosed came safe to hand, I thanke your for your trouble my son & I puts you to, I am Glad Mr Blanks hath payd William the Sixty pounds I see his bill and shall honour it with due payment now I will returne moneys into your hand for the foreine bill which is payable two monthes after you Accept it, here Inclosed I send you a Letter to Mr Richard Tye who promis’d mee to pay £40 or £50 for mee at London hee sayled Last Weeke, & I Hope may be with you shortly whom you will finde at Billingsgate and in due time shall finde some others if will pay you the Rest, pardon the Trouble herein & in so doeing I Rest

Marg: Grey

Mr Tye

Pay to Mr Randall Richardson for my Acct fifty pounds and take his bill upon mee for the summe you pay him and I will repay it here with thanks, not fearing but you will doe it I Rest Your Friend 

Marg: Grey

Newcast: Aprill the 3: 77/

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