|Cunningham, Waddell to James Getty & Co., 1757
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham, 1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|Belfast, Northern Ireland
|James Getty & Co.
|To James Getty & Co., Belfast 20 January 1757
We are favoured with yours of the 30th September & 4th October &
observe the contents.
We have the pleasure to inform you the Snow Hawk, Captain Willson,
arrived here safe this morning & had a very narrow escape from the
See. She has received considerable damage, which we shall cause Captain
Wilson to do me need full about & have her repaired with all expedition.
You may depend we shall make the most of the Interest you are pleased
lo put under our care. The annexed prices is what we expect they will bring. We are much affraid your Vessel wont get a full freight of Flaxseed.
We are of opinion wheat will be sold for 3/9 to 4s per Bushel in
April & May. It now sells at 4/3 per Bushel when most of the Rivers are
You may rest assured that nothing shall be left undone chat may appear
to us for your Interest. G&C
Salt, 2s per Bushel
Cheese, 8d per pound
Earthen Ware. 18s per Crate
per Capt. Callwell
per Capt. Stewart