Letter – Ralph Grey – 19 Feb 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Feb 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      February the 19th (73)


your Brother Joseph & I dranck your health the 14[th] since which I have not seen him in my last I writ that he had 2 boats of coals q[uanti]t[y] 13 Chalder, he p[ai]d all charges only the coals w[hi]ch he ordered me to place to your account which £4: 11s at 7s per Chalder these are sold now for 8s which £4 11s with £2:16s my man p[ai]d Mr Christ: Shadforth about the Charges of the Cable which some I shall order a friend to call for it, this what needful from

yours Ra Grey

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