Letter – Ralph Grey to James Pickering – 29 Apr 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Apr 1676
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: James Pickering
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      April the: 29: 1676


yours of the 25 Curant Came to saife hand, for which I thank you, wherin I rec[eived]d an accoumpt of £347 12s 3d Mr Peacock remittd which: last post I desired you to asigne it over to Mr Tho: Firman For the accoumpt of Mr Lancelott Moore, and this post I have asigned Mr Mr John Blanks of Wappen for the £160 For the Like value Recd of Henry: Miborne Last sume returned I have  given Mr Peacock Credite per the ball[ance], if there be any Concerns I can serve you in as to Lead Coals or the Northerne Concerns, Lead £11:10s per Fother at 21 w[e]ight Coals 7s per Chalder and 8 Chalder maks out 14 & 15 Cha> at London if any Northeren goods be for your ports Comand

your servant Ra. Grey

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