|Cunningham, Waddell to Capt. William Stewart, 1756
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham, 1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|Schooner Charming Nancy
|Capt. William Stewart
|To Capt. William Stewart of the Schooner Charming Nancy
bound to Jamaica & the Bay of Hondoras
3 November 1756
Above you have Invoice & Inclosed Bill of Lading for sundry goods
shiped in your Schooner which your to dispose of In Jamaica to the best
advantage the Market will admit of & credit us for the proceeds.
You see by the orders from Mr. Jauncey & us your to credii us for
one Half of what may remain of the Schooner Freight & joint Cargoe after
paying the charges on her & buying what is wanted for the Bay Cargoe.
This Sum, with the proceeds of the goods consigned you, you must remit
to Messrs. William Snell & Company in London in a good bill. Send the
second & third bills to us by different Vessels bound here or to any other
Port on the Continent & cary the Fourth bill with you.
We almost neglected to desire you to purchase A Negroe Boy. Let him
be a good one; let him cost what he will.
Mr. John Jago in the Bay of Hondoras has some Logwood belonging
to Philip Livingston, John Laurance & our WC left with him by Captain
Brown. Incase your Cargoe should not load, you get WC's third of
what Logwood he has received. If you cant cary it, endeavor to get it
shiped. If the Bay Men6 should be shiping any Logwood on Freight, &
you have an opportunity of recommending us to them, pray do it, & we
shall use them as well as we can. G&C