Letter – Ralph Grey to William Peacock – 5 May 1676

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 May 1676
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: William Peacock
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      May the: 5: 1676

Mr Will: Peacock 

yours of the First Currant with the inclosed accoumpt came to safe hand for which thanks when the other moneys comes in as to the Ballance praye Returne for London I se[e] freinch wines will not do at your port: if the Vinicar be not sould send 24 for this port; my wife sent for it for her owne use, For the Leakidge of the Brandy its well its noe worse, he going from port to port, Mr Rudd hath sent <its now> to ship eight dozen of skins whereof there 1÷ doz of them at 14d per doz which he writs is according to your order I shall ship them per First ship For Amsterdam I have nothing from Mr Keates I recd a letter from Mr James: Pickering - Leonard Robinson of the bills remitted and accepted which First I Asingned Mr Firman and other £160 Mr John: Blankes per nixt I hope to here from you att Norwich: this whats neadfull from

your Freiand Ra: Grey

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