Letter – Henry Richmond to Duffield & Laidler – 10 Dec 1775

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Dec 1775
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Duffield & Laidler
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Mr Thomas  [:struck out] Messrs Duffield and Ladler                        Newcas 10th Decemr 1775

                at Wallington


	You may come hither any day the beginning of this Week you will with the Money and Mr Blackett will receive it of you - I think Tuesday will be the best day - Notice had been taken of Richd Dunn of Ryals plowing some of his best Ground which is so particular at this time that I desire that when you go to Fenwick that you will see what it is and what has induced him to do so - P.S.   I desire you will discharge Dunn from plowing any more till he has leave                                                                      I am etc      HR

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