|Cunningham, Waddell to Greg, Thomas, 1756
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|Belfast, Northern Ireland
|To Thomas Greg, Belfast 22 May 1756
Annexed you have Copy of what I wrote by the Second Packet Via
I have not heard from you since. The second Bills for the sum's mentioned
above are now enclosed.
Annexed you have Account of sundry Bills which I have by this
oppertuniiy enclosed Messrs. Porter & Mierope to get accepted & forward
to you/ They cost £478.16.0 Currency to your Debit.
If it should be War, or times continue in the present unsettled way,
order out from the Proper places:
200 Dozen of yam Stockings for Men, from 7s to 14s per Dozen. Let the
most of them be gray.
70 Dozen of worsted Stocking, four pair in Each Dozen black from 11s to 30
20 Dozen of ditto from 35s to 60 per Dozen.
20 Dozen of White thread stockings, from 16s to 30s per Dozen.
20 Dozen of Brown
40 Dozen of Worsted Caps, from 3s to 10s per Dozen.
10 Dozen of black stocking Britches, about 48s per Dozen.
2 Dozen of ditto about 60 to 70 per Dozen.
2 Dozen ditto Buff ditto about 72 per Dozen.
Let these be forwarded as soon as possible, for they are much Wanted
There are no Vessels from Europe arrived since my last. I dayly look for
Daniel. If he woud drop in before the Vessels from Bristol & London, it
would be A great affair in the Sail of his Cargoe.
P.S. Dont neglect the Irish Butter. I think it must do. I spoke to John
Jacks to make me a Pair of strong Boots and three pair of Pumps and send
them by first Vessel. The Cost charg to my account. WC
per the Olive Branch, Hugh McCullum
& Capt. Troy Via Philadelphia