Letter – Ralph Grey to Joshua Pannell – 5 May 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 May 1676
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: Joshua Pannell
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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Mr Josh: Pannell 

yours of the 29 April per Mr John Vaughan with the inclosed acct came to hand I shall make a bad accoumpt of the sweet sented hogshead, it would have given more <..> send the Returns if there be in <twofould twine>, I have shypt in Mr Vaughan 150 pcs Lead markd R:G: which praye despose to best Advantidge at prices Currant and send the Returns in dolars for I se[e] nothing here that monyes is mad[e] on if this do turne to any accoumpt shall send more I sould 150 ps to Mr Mallabar which is shipt in the same ship he p[ai]d £11:10s per Fother. not else but that from

yours Ra. Grey 

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