|Cunningham, Waddell to Haliday & Dunbar, 1757
|Letterbook of Greg & Cunningham_1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
|Haliday & Dunbar
|To Haliday & Dunbar, Liverpool 21 January 1757
We are favoured with yours of the 6th & 8th November Yesterday &
observe the contents.
Your account shall have credit for the sundry sums you mention if
found free of Error, but dont be so exact in Insuring above the amounts
of the goods. Leave £100 to £150 Sterling uninsured on every Vessel you
ship for us in.
WC will examine your Sales & account Current, & if found right will
note them as made by you.
Your favours of the 25th & 29th September are not yet come to hand.
You yet neglected to quote the price of goods.
You have our opinion of Mr. Kimble by the Johnson next post. We shall
lake the liberty to write him & let you know his answer. We find he has
used you ill and shall tell him so.
We shall do (he utmost to execute your order for the wheat as soon
as the Rivers opens. We expect we shall be able to comply with it & shall
hold one half in what ever we ship & keep you duely advised of it.
In the mean time, we think it would be prudent you & our Thomas
Greg would fix what Market would be most prudent to order what
Cargoes we ship to. The Charter Party cant be so very extensive as you
mention, but shall certainly fix all the Vessels to touch at Belfast or
Derry for Your further orders. Wheat now sells at 4s/6d per Bushel of 58
pounds, but its expected lower.
The Snow Johnson got to Sea but the 15th Instant bound to Newry &
your place. We wrote you fully by her & Captain McCalmont for Belfast,
who got to Sea the 15th Instant.
Four Transports & a Fifty Gun Ship arrived from Cork. Its said
there is four more below. G&C
per Capt. Callwell
per Capt. Stewart