Letter – Henry Richmond to Collingwood Forster – 1 Dec 1761

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Dec 1761
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Collingwood Forster
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Mr. Collingw[oo]d Forster

Attorney at Law in Alnwick                                           Newcastle 1st December 1761

Sir        	   I sho[ul]d be glad to know whe[the]r you have got any acco[un]t yet f[ro]m Mr Newton or any other about Sir Fra[nci]s Liddells wife & what likelihood there is that she was a Sister of Sir Rich[ar]d Stote’s: For I have made all the Inquiry I am able but without success. Sir Walter is pressing to have something conclusive upon this point & therefore I am desirous of knowing sentiments thereon, being with Esteem Sir  Your etc  HR

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