Letter – Ralph Grey – 20 Dec 1673

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Dec 1673
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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Newcastle December th 20th 73


yors of the 9th curant to hand, and according to yor order hath pd yor bills for 30£ charged of me by Mr Lewest Frosts order by letter to mr Leamonds but none indorcement I wold not scruple being yor bill; I will assure you I had never thought of dealing with any other person for a small pittence we trade in; but I found that I could by as cheape if not cheap from our nighbours who had the same parcells from yew sent - them from London; and our traide being small; it made it the lesser; pray send me an acct against the 2nd of Febre and usse me kindly for I intend to cleare of with all that day; Being in treaty with a partner who will make the shope his all and if you usse us kindly shall have our custome; this what needfull

from yrs to comand Ra Grey

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