|Title:||Cunningham, Waddell to Wilder, Mathew, 1756|
|Collection||Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]|
|Destination||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|Transcript||To Mathew Wilder, Belfast 31 December 1756|
Having long agoe given you full advice of what Interest we shiped for
your Account in the Sally, Captain Moor, have now by him to enclose
Invoice & Bill of Lading for it & your Account Current balanced by our
Draft of this date on Messrs. George & James Portis1 of London at 40 days
sight for £140.17.2 Sterling which we doubt not will be duly honoured.
Your Cloths wont sell. Pray what shall we do with them.
Captain Moor takes 2s/9d per Hogshead more then we coud have got
Freight for your Flaxseed in another Vessel full as good as his for, &
indeed he got in A great Passion because we wanted him to sign a Bill
of Lading leaving the Freight to himself. The Bill of Lading we wanted
him to sign you have now enclosed, but we believe he was put on this
by some People that he will find in (he end is not his Friends.
On all occasions you may depend upon our utmost care for your Interest. G&C
per Capt. Moor to Dublin
per Capt. Blair