Letter – Ralph Grey to Mossam – 27 Aug 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Aug 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: Mossam
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Ditto the 27 1674


      Thes is chiefly for cover of the inclosed from Sr John Lawson who ordred me to charge two hundred pounds upon you, which I have done one hundred pounds to Mr John Cooke for the value of Mt Pybus the other of Mr [blank space left] for the value recd of Mr Thomas Sherwood 

      I question not the honouring of the bills upon Sr Johns account, praye advice me per next post that I may give acct to Sr John Lawson and in so doing you will ingaidge your humble servant Ra Grey

      August the 24 1674

Mr Mossam

In your last to me you writ that you would not returne me the two hundred pounds I desire it might be paid att Newcastle I have sight of an oppertunity now to have it returned by Alderman Grey of Newcastle I desire you would paye two hundred pounds in account and this shall be your discharge   I am your faithfull friend John Lawson 

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