|Title:||Cunningham, Waddell to William Snell & Co., 1756|
|Collection||Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]|
|Recipient||William Snell & Co.|
|Transcript||To William Snell & Co., London 23 December 1756|
We wrote you the 6th Instant to which please be refered. We expect
the ship Waddell, Charles Stewart Master, will be dear to sail for Newry
about the 12th January, We have shiped in Her for account of Mr. Robert
Carlisle, Merchant in Newry, One Hundred Hogsheads of Fi ax seed which
will cost when on board £140 Sterling. One Hundred Hogsheads of Flaxseed
for account of Mr. David Carlisle, Merchant in same place, will cost
same sum. One Hundred Hogsheads of Flaxseed, for account of Mr. Hugh
Hamilton, Merchant in same place, will cost the same sum.
Their orders to us is to order you to get Insureance made on One
Half of their Interest, which pray have made accordingly, charging their
particular accounts for the cost of it.
We have shiped in same Vessel for account of the following Gentlemen,
Merchants in Newry:
Mr. James Moor 30 Hogsheads of Flaxseed, cost about 28s Sterling per is £42.0.0 Sterling
Messrs. John & Moses McCamon 100 ditto is 140.0.0
Mr. David Gaussen 50 ditto is 70.0.0
The Two first sums your to get entirely Insured & One Half of the last
sum & charge the cost to their particular accounts.
Please to get £70 Sterling Insured on Fifty Hogsheads of Flaxseed shiped
by said Vessel for account Mrs. Sean Bell1 & charge the cost to our accounts.
We shall in a few days make out Invoices of the goods & remmit you.
We have not the pleasure of any of your favours to answer nor any thing
now to add. G&C
per the Packet, Capt. Bonnell
per the Maria, Capt. Grant
per Capt. Jeffrys