|Title:||Cunningham, Waddell to Scott & McMichael, 1757|
|Collection||Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]|
|Destination||Philadelphia, Penn., USA|
|Recipient||Scott & McMichael|
|Transcript||To Scott & McMichael, [Philadelphia] 3 January 1757|
I am favoured with yours of the 30th past & observe the Contents.
Pray take the first oppurtunity to ship my Flaxseed & let me know what
you have done with Falls Rum. I am very uneasy about it. Of the Flaxseed
by Crathorn, there is a parcel of Seed Marked FM has but 61/2 to 3/4 Bushells
in the Hogshead. Be so good charge the man you bought it of for the wastage
& credit G&C & let us know how much it is. Indigoe sells from 8s to 9s per
pound, so I cant execute your order. There is report here that a Prize
belonging to your Privateer Demery was Spoke on the Coast. If so I expect
she'll put in her[e]. Try to get me the Agency.
The Vessell from Rhode Island is arrived. I dont think shei do for you.
She is a Fregat of 280 Tons built six years agoe in Old France. [WC]