|Cunningham, Waddell to Melling, Maurice, 1756
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham, 1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|To Maurice Melling, Liverpool 16 June 1756
We are favoured with yours of the 1st April by the Johnson & are
heartily sorry we can give you no better account of your affairs with
Aspenwall & Doughty. They promise every day to give us an exact
state of your account with them which we hope to get in A day or two but
are much affraid it will be made out so as to run away with the balance they make due you by Out standing Debts.
I cant advise you to a better assortment then the annexed to load your
Vessel out with. Dry goods makes accounts too long A closing. In all
your commands we shall do our utmost to convince you that none can regard
your Interest more.
5 Casks of Earthen Ware, the same you shiped in the Melling
2 Tons of Cheese
10 Casks of Beer
6 Tons of Bar Lead & Shott, if it's war
10 Hogsheads of Potatoes, with the Measure Marked on each
100 Crates of Common Hollow Earthen Ware
Salt, what you[r] Vessel can cary.
More, you may depend We can load your Vessel for Ireland at the highes[t]
per Cap I. Seymor
& Capt. Cunningham