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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       Newc Desembr the 20 1673


yrs of the  9th currant came to saife hand; and according to yor ordr hath pd yor bill for 20 pounds <cha[rge]d> of me by Mr frosts ordrd by lettr to Mr Leanard but noe <Adorsment [endorsement?]>; I would not scruple being yor bill I will essure yew I had never thought of dealing wth anny other person for that small pittence we trade in but I found that I could by as cheape if not chepr from our nyeghbors who had the same parsel from yew then yew sent me them from London; and our traid being small; it maid it the leser; pray send me an acct against the ordr of febr and use me kindly for I intend to cleare of that day; being in traity  wth a partnear who will maik the shopp his all ; and if you use me kindly shall have our custome; this what neadfull Ra Grey

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