Contains 87 Results:
14 silver buttons at £ 4.5.1. [Waddell was the son of Wm. Waddell of Williamsburg, a jeweller and son-in-law of James Geddy II]
Complaints of quality of tobacco shipped to him from South Quay, Pitch Landing and Petersburg, gives problems of trading and selling to Dutch, Danish and English - gives prices current of rum, sugar, coffee, humth, hoops, salt tow, etc. Letter gives details of economy in West Indies.
Says Blow’s ships Nonpareil and Jenny left for Port-au-Prince had brush with Angulla[?] privateers; Vessel Defiance, will sail shortly ; Discusses conditions for sale of Virginia Tobacco (Pitch Landing is worst in quality yet sent). Difficulties with Danish Law; difficulty in shipping and risk from English Privateers - sends what goods Baker & Blow ordered as soon as possible. (8pp)