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NEWBERY, LETTER TO HAREBORNE, 15TH JULY, 1583
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Right Worshipful, My hearty commendations premised, etc. My last I sent you was of the 30th day of May last past, from Aleppo, and the next day

after came from thence and the 19th day of the last month arrived at Feloge, the which is one day’s journey from hence. Notwithstanding, some of our company came not thither until the last day of the last month (which was for want of camels to carry our goods), and since the goods came hither as yet have found but small sales; but towards Winter I hope it will be better. Notwithstanding, if I had money to put away with the Carsie we might have very good Spices; for with money there is here great good to be done, and without money there is no great profit made.