Letter – Ralph Grey – 13 Mar 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Mar 1675
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      March the 13 1674

Sr yours of the 9th March I recd for which I thanke you : I p[e]rc[ei]ve your friend have sent me 12 botles of canary for which I thank him, returnes is very scarse heare I wish you had charged the ball[ance] of the acct per Rob.<Thorp> or if William Sanderson come downe or who you plese your bill shall thankfully be pd, Lead heare 13£per fother, coles 12s per Chall, Rye 5s2d per bush[ell]. Beanes 4s9d per bush[ell] : oats from 1s6d to 4s the best: <Holland> my sonne is now at Burdeau and my Nephew at Rouen I desire you to let me know how the <eselr> is that I may order affairs for exch <.ll be> high its better there: Lead at 29£: this at present for wt I can serve you or any friend of yours command 

Your most Humbell servant Ra: Grey

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