Letter – Henry Richmond to Abraham Brown – 15 Oct 1775

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 Oct 1775
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Abraham Brown
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Revd Mr Abm Brown at Mollersteads                                                    Newcas  15th Octor 1775



	Sir Walter Blackett bids me write you in answer to your Letter of the 10th instant That he has no Objection to your making a Trial on the terms of the Tack Note granted to Richd Anderson & Co of which Company he is told you are one only.  you will please to observe That, agreeable to the Rules of Tack Notes no time must be lost in carrying the same into Execution for half a Year is already elapsed of the time usually allowed for Trial.  You will please to apply to Mr Westgarth Forster at Allanheads for any further particulars you want to be informed of                                        I am etc   HR

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