Accounts kept by Thomas Davis of Aleppo, merchant, dated 30 Mar and 18 Dec 1630 and 18 Dec 1631, relating to broadcloth received from his brother Richard Davis of London, also a merchant, and to gogram and ardass silks sent by Davis to London, 'being 16 balles cont: 80 peeces broad clothes under the m[a]rke per margent receved out of the shipp Sampson of London Bence Johnson master is debt[es?] to charges of merchandize for the fraight custome and other charges as ffoll[oweth?]...'. Other persons mentioned include Bryan Harrison, master of the 'shipp Unicorne' of London, and Thomas Davis.
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 655
- Dates of Creation1630-1631
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description4 leaves
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Bought from Miss W. Myers in 1965.
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