Letter – Ralph Grey to William Webb – 17 Apr 1674

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Apr 1674
Correspondent: Ralph Grey
Recipient: William Webb
Archive Source: NRO 753 J
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      Aprill the 17 : 1674

Alderman Webb,

Yours of the 11th came to hand with your discharge in full od acct if you w[ou]ld take care to send me good goods and as cheap as any for we have but a retale trade and one p[ar]cel of bad goods wld losse our custom which is not easily recovred. These things considred you shall have my custome: My Lord Maior hath used me kindly since I dealt with him praye send me per the first 1 <H> of the best damaske pruns [prunes], 1 barrol of the finest currins [currants], 6 <…> of your best figys [figs], 1 firken of suger fine b…. 

This what needful from yours Ra: Grey

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