|Cunningham, Waddell to Goodwin, Joseph, 1757
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|To Joseph Goodwin, Bristol 15 January 1757
We received your Several favours & found the Invoice of shoes as
ide by you. We have remitted A Bill to Mr. Richard Perkins by this
pertunity, & out of it ordered him to pay you £97.13.1. This sum with the above Bill of £28.0.2 ballances your Account to this day. Please advise if
its found so with you.
Ship us by return of the Grace, Captain Kerr, & if any misfortune should
happen him, by first Vessel bound here Sixty Dozen of Womans Shoes in
Boxes, from five to Ten Dozen each, & let one third of them be Black. As
Captain John Nealson is bound to your place, we dont choose to have
more then the quantity ordered till he is there. You may expect him early in May when we hope you'l do all you can to serve him. G&C
PS. We shall soon remit you.
Per Capt. Kerr per Capt. Jeffrys