Letter – Ralph Grey – 7 Apr 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Apr 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newc[astle] Aprill the 07 1674

Right Honble

This at present is to aquante you that Last parcell of sugar you sent me q[uanti]t[y] 3 <cwt> weight is <is bath browne>; and must you send it at 58s per <cwt> and i was profered for 50s as good[:] I hope you will maike an abatemnt; Mr Hills Affirms the £100 is paid w[hi]ch pray writ mee I have Allowed hym the £60 and for the £40 Mr Burford he saith hath paid it. I hope Mr Goulds bill of £20 is paid w[hi]ch he assures me of; write the price of goods and as to these Concrnes this what neadfull from Your Lordships hum[ble] Sarvant

R Grey

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