Letter – Ralph Grey to William Peacock – 17 Jan 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Jan 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: William Peacock
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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								Newcastle Janu ye 17  73

Mr Wm Peacocke

	Yo[urs] of ye 13th Curant wth ye inclosed bill of exchinge fo[r] twenty pounds Came to saife hand wch he promes to pay at day; I desired him to let know if there weere any Convenency of Shiping he would let me know; that I Might get of ye haviest Leed; to save wt we can in Coustome; he tells me there is noe Sweeds and yt you will not adventure in a Ostender; they being price [?prize] to ye ffrench; I shall observe yo[ur] order in it; or wt else yo[ur] Concernes I should be glad to hear of a peac; yt we may have then in Coridgement to adventure thus not futher but yt I am Y[our] Most Humble servent to Co[mmand]

      Ralph ; Grey

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