Letter – Ralph Grey to Daniel Wigfall – 22 May 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 May 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: Daniel Wigfall
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newcastle May the 22 1674

Mr Wigfald,

For yours of the 16 p[re]sent for wch and your Care in seing my cossen Briggs and guiving her advice I thanke you; I perceive Mr Potts hath pd hys Bill and the other £20 will be paid this day I have made bould to trouble you wth another Bill upon Mr Potts for £22 2s 4d, and what paid will be dispurste farther for my cousson’ who I hope will sett forward on Monday next of wch pray advise me. leed keeps up at price £13 per fother I sould 40 fother for this morning; Rye 5s wheat 7s8d otes 3s Benes 3:4d Barlay 4s Malt 3s white pease 5s  grey pease 3s. 

Not farther but that I am …. R. Grey

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