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Colmogro (Russia) (search for this): narrative 69
God, save onely William our cooke as we came from Colmogro fell into the river out of the boate, and was drow me thinks you shall do best to have your house at Colmogro, which is but 100. miles from the right discharge l our marchants shall bring all our marchandize to Colmogro to you, and so shall our marchants neither go emptg other talke, we moved, that if we should tary at Colmogro with our wares, and should not come to Vologda, or further to seeke our market, but tary stil at Colmogro, and then the marchants of the Mosco and others should that if they should come and bring their wares to Colmogro, and that they should not find wares there sufficit we do appoint with them to bring their wares. to Colmogro, God willing, they should never come thither, but not, but that we shall have neede of one house at Colmogro, and another at Vologda, and if that they bring not their wares to Colmogro, then wee shalbe sure to buy some at Vologda, and to be out of bondage. And thus
Russe (Bulgaria) (search for this): narrative 69
trey and the marchants, and which way to save our selves best, and where to plant our houses, and where to seeke for wares: for the Mosco is not best for any kind of wares for us to buy, save onely waxe, which we cannot have under seven pence the Russe pound, and it lackes two ounces of our pound, neither will it be much better cheape, for I have bidden 6. pence for a pound. And I have bought more, five hundred weight of yarne, which stands mee in eight pence farthing the Russe pound one witRusse pound one with another. And if wee had received any store of money, and were dispatched heere of that we tary for, as I doubt not but we shalbe shortly (you know what I meane) then as soone as we have made sale, I doe intend to goe to Novogrode, and to Plesco, whence all the great number of the best tow flaxe commeth, and such wares as are there I trust to buy part. And feare you not but we will do that may be done, if God send us health, desiring you to prepare fully for one ship to be ready in the beginnin
Russia (Russia) (search for this): narrative 69
ortes of wine and mede, to whome wee gave a rewarde. And afterwarde we were by divers Italians counselled to take heed whom we did trust to make the copie of the priviledges that we would desire to have, for feare it should not be written in the Russie tongue, as we did meane. So first a Russian did write for us a breviat to the Emperor, the tenour wherof was, that we did desire a stronger privilege: & when the Secretary saw it, he did deliver it to his grace, and when we came againe, his gract, which is good ware here, that they may come loden againe. So we were very glad to heare that, and did agree to his saying: for we shal neverthelesse, if we lust, have a house at Vologda, & at the Mosco, yea, & at Novogrode, or where we wil in Rusland : But the three & twentieth of this present we were with the secretary, and then among other talke, we moved, that if we should tary at Colmogro with our wares, and should not come to Vologda, or further to seeke our market, but tary stil at Colm
Vologda (Russia) (search for this): narrative 69
ned. And the 11. day of September wee came to Vologda, and there we laide all our wares up, and solchard Johnson, and Richard Judde, to tarie at Vologda, and M. Chancelor, Henry Lane, Edward Prise, with a note of your present which was left in Vologda: and then his grace did aske how our Queenes xample of all sorts of our wares to come from Vologda, with the first sledway, and then they shouldfor their lading, which is 1000. miles from Vologda by water, and all our marchants shall bring aal neverthelesse, if we lust, have a house at Vologda, & at the Mosco, yea, & at Novogrode, or wherlmogro with our wares, and should not come to Vologda, or further to seeke our market, but tary stieede of one house at Colmogro, and another at Vologda, and if that they bring not their wares to Colmogro, then wee shalbe sure to buy some at Vologda, and to be out of bondage. And thus may we crours present was delivered to a gentleman at Vologda, and the sled did overthrow, and the butte of[1 more...]
Moscow (Russia) (search for this): narrative 69
ir second voyage. Anno 1555. the 27. of November in Mosco. RIGHT worshipfull, my duetie considered, &c. It ma Lane, Edward Prise, Robert Best and I should goe to Mosco. And we did lade the Emperours suger, with part of all sort of wares to have had to the Mosco with us, but the way was so deepe, that we were faine to turne back, halfe penie, besides the guides. And wee came to the Mosco the 4. day of October, and were lodged that night in graces pleasure was, that his best marchants of the Mosco should be spoken to, to meet and talk with us. And slesse, if we lust, have a house at Vologda, & at the Mosco, yea, & at Novogrode, or where we wil in Rusland : Btary stil at Colmogro, and then the marchants of the Mosco and others should not come and bring their wares, annt our houses, and where to seeke for wares: for the Mosco is not best for any kind of wares for us to buy, savutch, Latine or Italian: so inclosed, comming to the Mosco to his hands, he wil convey our letters to us wheres
The letter of M. George Killingworth the companies first Agent in Moscovie, touching their interteinement in their second voyage. Anno 1555. the 27. of November in Mosco. RIGHT worshipfull, my duetie considered, &c. It may please your worship to understand, that at the making hereof we all be in good health, thanks be to God, save onely William our cooke as we came from Colmogro fell into the river out of the boate, and was drowned. And the 11. day of September wee came to Vologda, and there we laide all our wares up, and sold very litle: but one marchant would have given us 12. robles for a broad cloth, & he said he would have had them all, and 4. altines for a pound of sugar, but we did refuse it because he was the first, and the marchants were not come thither, nor would not come before Winter, trusting to have more: but I feare it will not be much better. Yet notwithstanding we did for the best. And the house that our wares lie in costs from that day until Easter ten robles.