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Title: Cunningham, Waddell to Capt. John Nealson, 1756
ID5285
CollectionLetterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
Filegc/42
Year1756
SenderCunningham, Waddell
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationmerchant
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNYC, USA
DestinationSnow Prince of Wales
RecipientCapt. John Nealson
Recipient Gendermale
Relationshipbusiness
Source
Archive
Doc. No.
Date
Partial Date
Doc. Type
Logunknown
Word Count159
Genrebusiness
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TranscriptTo Capt. John Nealson of the Snow Prince of Wales, 14 June 1756

Sir:
I wrote you 29th past to which please be refered. I have now only to
add that things has dayly A worse aspect then they had. There are large
Seizures made every day. You must be upon your Gard to let no Boats
Board your Vessel, & if you find any danger at Stanford after Landing the
goods on freight, proceed directly with our own Goods into Philadelphia
River &, without sloping, go within Ten Miles of the Town & send A
Letter to Messrs. Scott & McMichael who will be prepared to dispatch you.
If you & Mr, Loyd is of opinion our goods may be Landed with safety in
New England, then let them be put by themselves, as otherwise I shant
be able to get them away. As soon as I hear of your arrival, I shall go
directly to Stanford. WC