|dc.contributor.author||East India Company Records||-|
|dc.description||This material can be located in the Africana Rare Room of the Balme Library, University of Ghana.||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||Letter Book, Vol.3 1660-65,
Per the ship Joseph.
London, 23d May 1661.
Our Agent and Factors at Cormantine,
WEE commend us heartily unto you, &c. Wee having received advise that the ship Joseph is now at Gravesend ready to depart for Guinea and may by the Almighties blessing arrive some considerable time sooner with you then our next intended ship, wee by her conveighance give you notice that since our last sent you on our pinnace the Benen Friggatt, dated 30th passed November, there is come to our hands yours of the 16th July 1660, received 8th January, alsoe one of the 3d November, received 10th instant. To which by this conveyance wee shall not perticulerly respond, referring the same till the setting out our next ship, which by the Almighties asistance wee entend you from hence toward the latter end of the next July. And because wee perceive that you had a larg remaines of severall sorts of goodes upon your hands at the date of your last and onely wanted long cloth, iron, pewter and boatemans knives, therefore wee shall principally fitt you by our next shipp with these comodities, though wee hope that before the arriveall of the said ship you will have disposed of all or most of your remaynes and gotten a good quantity of gold into your possession.||en_US|
|dc.publisher||East India Company Records||en_US|
|dc.subject||East India Company Records||en_US|
|dc.subject||Correspondence To The Gold Coast||en_US|
|dc.title||Correspondence To The Gold Coast (E3) (1661)||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||E (1469 - 1850)|