|Title:||Cunningham, Waddell to Potts, John, 1756|
|Collection||Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]|
|Destination||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|Transcript||John Potts, Belfast 14 July 1756|
Please be refered to what we wrote you & the other Gentlemen concerned
in the Gregs Cargoe. We have now to answer your favour of the 26th April to our WC. We received all your goods by the Greg safe &, agreeable to your orders, shall remit as fast as in our power their proceeds to Messrs. David Kerr & Co. of London. Linnins of the sort you sent are at present dull Sale. You may depend we shall leave nothing undone to push them off.
Your Brother set off the 12th Instant for Philadelphia. We have given
him the best advice we can & Letters to every Person we think can serve
him. We have no hopes to recover your money from General Shirley &
have told your Brother so that he may try what he can do where he goes.
The Crop of Flaxseed promises well. G&C
per Capt. Hysham