Letter – Ralph Grey – 29 Nov 1673

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Nov 1673
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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       Newcastel November 29th 73

Right Honble

After my services ; this at present is to aqiante you I have ordered mr John Goude master of the Good Hope of Soule to pay y[ou?] my acct thirty £ and mr John Hill master of the John of Hull will pay over his stocke being <100 L> at least; We heare that Mr John Thorpe in wch we had our pepor cownes and Raysings is taken by the Dutch privatrs and suncke for ther is noo nowes of him and mr James Shrive; if lost I must intreat the same quantytys of goods on some other shipe; and that you will usse me kinely to helpe up the losse not further but that I am 

yo hono most humble servant

Ra Grey

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