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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Yors of the 10th Curant came to safe hand I thank you for yor good newes; last post about 9 oclock at Night came Mr Nathaniel Orde from his corespondent: to pay £11 12s 6d to make up Mr Shaws bill one hundred pounds; and so have a bill of Exch[an]ge of you  wh[ic]h accordingly I did, Next post I shall give you an Acct whether Mr Hudlston will exept the bill for 60 pounds he Exp[ec]ts Letters this post; you hear Lead is resen with hus to £12 5s , thar was sould for £12 but since they hear it is 25 or 26 In Holland thay geusing our buying that £12 is the height  <...>

undated but in sequence between 13th and 19th Feb.

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