Letter – Ralph Grey – 13 Feb 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Feb 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newc[astle] February 13 73

Right Honerble

This at present for one ho[gshead] Suger at 30 shill[ings] and one suger at £3 per <tln> or thareabouts. hear is such Quantitys of pryes [?prize] Suger come out of Scotland and bought Cheepe that if they be Not prove good of that price shall Lose by them; I hope Mr Hill hath p[ai]d over his stocke and Mr Gould what he Cann but £20 I expect. hear is dead tymes of trade Capt Weatwang and the fleat are saild This what needfull 

Ra Grey 

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