Letter – Henry Richmond to George Brooks – 20 Sep 1771

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Sep 1771
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: George Brooks
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr George Brooks  at  the Bishop of Durhams                            Newcas.   20th  Septr 1771

     Palace  -  at Bishop Auckland

Sir      I received your Letter wherein you mention that Ten Guineas was paid Mr Halhead on Acco[un]t of the Agreem[en]t for the Lot Ore & hope Sir Wr. Blackett will pay you the Same.  I have looked back into my Acco[un]t & & find you are right & shall very readily pay you that Sum & the fees for inrolling the Lease of the inclosures the first Opportunity that offers.  I am glad the Inrollment can be made from the Counterpart & shall be obliged to you to see it done.         I am etc    HR

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