Letter – Ralph Grey – 30 Dec 1673

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Dec 1673
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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       Newcastle December the 30th 73

Right Honble 

yors of the 4th curent for wch i thank you care in shiping the goods; I shall fowllow yor advice as to the pepper when redy  I have this morning the shipt is wighed; and hath sent <dd> I am afraide much goods is embeazeld I have caryd yor bill of fity pounds to mr Cotterell; I receved a letter from Mr Hill who will pay yew his stoock  over; and John Gould 20£ and mr Wallter Baynared <20£> 4 poud he is oweng upon bond; this what needfull Yr humble servent Ra Grey

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