Cary Goosley letter to John Norton & Son, 1771 July 1

Title

Cary Goosley letter to John Norton & Son, 1771 July 1

Description

Cary Goosley letter to John Norton & Son, merchants of London and Yorktown. Goosley writes concerning a bill of exchange to be credited to himself, his brother George's debt and John Hatley Norton's health.

Creator

Goosley, Cary

Source

John Norton and Sons Papers, MS 1936.3

Publisher

Cary Goosley letter to John Norton & Son, 1771 July 1

Date

1771-07-01

Identifier

MS1936.3.457
Folder 42

Text

Page 1

Virginia, July 1. 1771.

Gentlemen,

Inclosed you have Ridd Emmis Exa.
on Robt. Cary Esqr. & Co. for £33.18..6. Sterlg. which
please to receive & place to my Credit, Our
June Meeting of Merchants is put off to the 15th
of July which occasions my not sending you
any Bills on my Brothers account but you
may depend on the sum before mentioned
to you by my Brother George; who will
certainly sail by the 20th Inst. as he has now
upwards of 400 hhds onboard & Craft out for the
the whole of his Load. I am Gentn.
Your most Obt
Cary Goosley.

P.S. Mr JHN. is up at the
Mountains for his health
we heard from him a few
Days Since when he was very
well.

Messrs. John Norton & Son

Address leaf

To
Messrs. John Norton & Son
Merchants in
London

p Cap Emmis
Q.D.C.

Virginia 1 July 1771
Cary Goosley Ex'd
Recd. 10 July 1771

Ansd the 22 Feby p Goosley
before omitted

Original Format

Ink on paper

Files

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Citation

Goosley, Cary, “Cary Goosley letter to John Norton & Son, 1771 July 1,” John Norton & Sons Papers, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, accessed December 17, 2018, https://rocklibnorton.omeka.net/items/show/457.