Letter – Ralph Grey to William Hester – 15 May 1675

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 May 1675
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: William Hester
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Newcastle : Maye the 15 : 1675

Mr Haster

Yours of the 11 currant came to hand wherin I pceve you find the ball[ance] of the accompt  to be fifty four pound <twelve> shill[ings]  I was in good hop[e]s that Mr Harry Hill had pd youe the sixty pounds which was due last October he having writ me since you were heare that he had pd the mony  I shall writ him this post and if I find a saling shall put his bond in suit and returne you up the mony by the first for he hath dealt verey unworthily <…. …>  and if he be with you I shall send the bond per first post which praye advise me : My servis to Sr <Wytham Brengz> and <tol.es> me Mr Mathews advise as to that concerne not else but that I am 

yours to command

Ra Grey

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