Letter – Ralph Grey to William Peacock – 29 Nov 1673

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Nov 1673
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: William Peacock
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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To Mr Wm Peacocke

       Newcastel November the 29th 73

Mr Wm Peacocke

Yrs of the 29th No came to saife to hand; to my coussin Briggs who presents his servis to you; I perceve by your <good> intentions as for 100 or 200 pcs of small leed; the truth is we have not sold any under 11£ 6 S or 11£ 10S the fother Mr Blackett; did profer 11£ 6S for all we had  I have prevayled with my cousene Briggs that you shal have one or 2 hundred pcs to in coridge you to deale with us and a coresspondentes; my coussein Briggs would have your moneys returned heare; if ther be any concerns that I can serve you heare or any freind of yours comand your humble servent

Ralph Grey

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