|Title:||Cunningham, Waddell to Capt. Robert Ross, 1756|
|Collection||Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]|
|Recipient||Capt. Robert Ross|
|Transcript||To Capt. Robert Ross, Esq., of the 48th Regiment, 1 October 1756|
Inclosed you have A Letter for Mr. Alexander McMullen which I beg
you'l peruse & deliver him. I must also request that you may get the amounts of the Bill from him as soon as you can. The account of it you have annexed.
I would send you the Bill & Protest now, but am affraid it may miscary.
I have had the pleasure to hear from Wallace very often that your able
to bear the fatigues of an America Campaign & had your health well. I
wish the last may continue to you a long time.
Pray, was the small bill of £10 paid? WC
Bill £30 Irish Exchange 65 per Cent £49.10.0
Protest & Postage 10s Irish Exchange 65 per Cent 0.11.6
Damages on £49.10.0 at 20 per Cent 9.18.0 £60.4.6 Currency