Letter – Ralph Grey to Thomas Partis – 17 Jul 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Jul 1675
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: Thomas Partis
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newcastle July the 17 : 1675

Mr Partis  

Yours of the 14th came to hand for which I thanke you, I prceve you have refered on <qrter> for your self and and [sic] me which I accept of but I had rather had a great[e]r concerne with you then that if you come not for <these pts> must order my concerns in <sunder> other vessels of which I shall give you a futher accompt  I could have wisht them in your hand. Jo: Riggs and mine 150£ I refer that to further consideracon which is all choice goods for that port mind your certificat for both our saiftyes for what over plus of the Voadge [voyage] pay to Mr Thomas Firman of London, Merchant and in so doing you will ingaedge

Your assured friend

Ra: Grey

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