|Cunningham, Waddell to William Snell & Co., 1757
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham, 1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|William Snell & Co.
|To William Snell & Co., London 20 January 1757
We have this day drawn on you the following Bills at Forty days sight,
for account of
Messrs. John & Moses McCamon of Newry your favour £138.16.0
Mr. Robert Carlisle of ditto ditto 138.16.6
Mr. David Gaussan of ditto favour Thomas Greg 69. 8.0
Mr. David Carlisle of ditto ditto 138.16.6
Mr. Hugh Hamilton of ditto ditto 138.16.6
Mr. James Moor of ditto ditto 41.12.3
Mr. Samuel Townley of ditto ditto 41.12.3
All of them we doubt not you'l have orders to honour. The Two first
please to bring to our account & the enclosed Bill on Karr & Co., £41.11.9.
We would have remitted you much sooner for the sum we drew on you
favour of Messrs. Scott & McMichael, but we were engaged in Loading
A Large Ship, which we have not been able to Dispatch within A Month
of the time we expected for warn of Men.
The balance W. Cunningham is due you including the Muslin is £32.12.4
which we credit you for.
Messrs. Edward Hall & Co., Merchants in Cadiz, we hope before this
has made you a remittance on our account of about £60 Sterling. If you
have not received it, pray write them. Mr. Raymond & Co. of Lisbonought
to remmit you on account of George Folliot & WC. G&C
per Capt. Callwell
per Capt. Stewart
& Capt. Creathorn