Letter – Ralph Grey – 11 Apr 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Apr 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newcastle Aprill the 11th 1674

Sr. Yours of the 4th curante came to safge hande where in I pceve Mr Harissons bill of exchang will not be pd wthout you have the bond; wch I have sent you heare inclossed; his bond for fifty seaven £; and bill for tre pounds wich pray received & place it to acct; and let me receved a line or two in answeare of the receipt; and for goods I shall order when I heare of the receipt of this; I am troubled they should put us to this trouble for money pd heare; but shalbe wisse for futer this wt is needfl from  Ra; Grey

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