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To Mr Robt Long in John Street near Gold[smith] square London Newcastle 15th Septr 1732 Sir, On Saturday last I sent by Crabtree the Carrier two Trunks of Mr Blacketts directed for you, wch I desire you will put in some very dry place till he come to Town, I have shipped in the Sarah Rose of Yarmouth Morris <Barnhard> master the Coach & Furniture 13 boxes 3 trunks wearing apparel Box of Plate, 1 hampier of Pickells & half an anker containing 4 bottles Pealings Burgundy. In the Coach are 3 liveries, 2 Velvet Seats, 2 hammer Clothes & <...> the <chased> seat, & 2 wipps, The harness &c are packed up in a Cask. I have agreed wth the master for 3 guin[ea]s for the freight, as you will see by the Inclosed Receipt, wch I desire you will pay him on Receipt of the goods if everything comes safe & well, & also give his Crew half a crown to drink, wch I promised them for their care, The Coach must be sent to <Cogdale.>, The Ship is loaden & ready to sail next tide, & will I hope be in the River before this reach you the wind being fair, I desire you will let me know if everything comes safe. I am etc J.R.