Letter – Ralph Grey – 22 Jan 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jan 1675
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newc[astle] Jan the 22 1674

 Sr Yours of the 16 Jan came to hand I perceive by it  [your] [booke] you find in debetor in your booke £42:3s which I thought Mr [Hill] had pd forty pounds which which [sic] <C> he writ <thereof>  If he have not pd that order it up, he did asure me he left soe much in the wood mongers hand to pay you, I shall writ him about it for allowed him <10>£ upon acct and for the remainder I hope youn will abaite for the loss I had in <T>horp and <athery> that then we may begin anew not further but that I am

Yours Ra: Grey 

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