Letter – Peirce Reeves to James Standsfield – 26 Nov 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Nov 1674
Correspondent: Peirce Reeves
Recipient: James Standsfield
Archive Source: NRS RH15 102 6 2
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      London 26 Nov 1674

Sr James

Our last was of the 17 instant Adviseing Ald[erman] Simpson had drawn On you £160 payble And<...> Donason. And that Sr Ja. Keith was Dr Viz £480:13:6 principle & £147.9.8 Int[eres]t & since recd Yours of the 12 & 17 take notis of their contents & thank you for  yr  information & shall expect  yr further Advice in it in near time shall speke wth those concernd. receive inclosed accts of Greenhill & in wts needfull.

Sr my Br Jno Lindsay & Comp

Peirse Reeves

[outer leaf:] Sir James Standsfield, Marcht, Edinburgh 

[annotated in different hand:]  John Lindsays and Compy adviseing what Sir Ja. Keith owing & what Geo Greenhill owes <….>

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