Letter – Ralph Grey to Perryman – 10 Mar 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Mar 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: Perryman
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newc[astle] March the 10 1673

Capt[ain] Periman

Yours Inclosed I sent to your Brother wch he Re[ceive]d and was In towne but I did not see hym; being wth the Comissiner: you take Note of the 13 Cha[lder] of Coles the Capt had; and If i writ in my Letter as you mention in yours its a mistake In me for it was £2: 16: 8; Mr Shadforth had for the Drake; the ballance of the acct comes to £7 7s; I thanke you for your good News, If thare be anything I can serve you In or any freind of yours, Comand me. I percive we have peac wth france w[hi]ch will cause a better traid; hear is a great frost[.] Noe more at present but that I am your Humble Sarvant

Ra Grey

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