Letter – Henry Richmond to George Douglas – 1 Aug 1766

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Aug 1766
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: George Douglas
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr Geo. Douglass in Berwick                                                Newcas[tle] 1st Aug 1766

Sir     Inclosed I send you Mr W[ilia]m Brown’s remarks upon your last proposals for Unthank Colliery. S[i]r W[alte]r Blackett Mr Brown & Mr Robson will all be here on Monday the 11th inst[an]t in the morning & if that time suits you & the Gent[lema]n to be concerned with you in this Coll[ier]y to come hither, I think it is very likely all may be settled; as there now appears to be little difference between you & Mr Brown.

P.S. I wo[ul]d be glad to know whether that day will suit you, that I may acquaint S[i]r W[alte]r of it, who is now at Wallington. I am etc    HR

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