|Cunningham, Waddell to Waddell, Robert, 1757
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|Islandderry, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
|To Robert Waddell, Esq., Islanderry nigh Dromore, 20 January 1757
I wrote you the 24th November to which please be refered.
I have now to enclose you Invoice for Forty Hogsheads & Twenty half
Hogsheads of Flaxseed shiped in the Waddell, Charles Stewart Master,
amounting to £126.13.0 which, at 82Vi per Cent Exchange, is £69.8.0 brinish Sterling. This sum I have drawn for in the name of Greg &
Cunningham on Messrs. Barton & Smith of London at Forty days sight,
which sum I make no doubt will be duely honour.
I have not had the pleasure to hear from you this Summer, but hope
you'l make it up next Year, as I assure you it's a great satisfaction to me to hear of your Famillys wellfare. To them please remember me In the most
The Bill of Lading for the Flaxseed goes to Mr. Hugh Hamilton.
Captain Stewart expects to see you on Board his Ship. WC
per Capt. Callwell
per Capt. Stewart