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Title: Cunningham, Waddell to Haliday & Dunbar, 1756
CollectionLetterbook of Greg & Cunningham, 1756-1757 [T. Truxes]
SenderCunningham, Waddell
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationmerchant
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNYC, USA
DestinationLiverpool, England
RecipientHaliday & Dunbar
Recipient Gendermale
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Partial Date
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Word Count272
TranscriptTo Haliday & Dunbar, Liverpool
10 May 1756
Annexed you have Copy of my last to you by Captain Livingston to
which please be refered.
I am now favoured with yours of the 8th December & 23rd February &
observe their contents. Your Letter of the 23rd January is not yet come to
I sincearly wish you all the Success in your Partnership you can desire.
I am glad to hear my Brother is safe arrived with you & that you would
dispatch him soon, but I suppose he has met the common Fate of being
stoped by an Embargo we have an account of here [thai] was laid on in
England 4th March. Its well the Bills Byard indorsed was paid. I dont
believe he will pay the charges of Protest. I am glad you have not shiped
the Guns as they cost too much.
Mr. Thomas Greg of Belfast & me Entered into Partnership in the trade
carried on here the 1st Instant. The Firm of our House is annexed. I can't
help returning your Mr. W:H thanks for his assiduity for my Interest when
alone & hopes for the continuance of you favours to us. You may depend
nothing in our power to promote our mutual Interest shall be wanting.
Mr. Haliday affair with Messrs. Aspenwale & Doughty is going on as
when I last advised I must beg you’l always advise the price of goods
when you write.
Please get £55 Insured on goods by the Ross, Captain Nathaniel Sayers,
from Kingston to your place. I am advised she was to sail in May. WC

per 2d & 3d Packet
&Capt. McCullum