Letter – Ralph Grey to John Cawood – 30 Dec 1673

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Dec 1673
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: John Cawood
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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       Newcastel December the 30th

Mr John Cawaid  

Yos of the 27th curant came to saife hand; and accordinge to yor order I have shipt you in yr frind shipe of Gainsbrough 6 Firkens of glasse of fourtenns mr frances younge m[aste]r hath taken care of them and set them by them selves wth much to doe I prevailed wth mr <Arekeld> to let me have them for 9s the firken; pray remember me to mr Tomes Greane who arrived with you from Vergina; I hope he is delivered eare thise redyy to come away; pray writ me how yr Frinds vintaidge proves how wine is sold a tun wth your brandy and proves and prise of leed wth you and the prise of yr french goods if there be any things hare whear in I can serve yew Command

yor Frind to command Ra Grey

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