Letter – Henry Richmond to George Selby – 3 Mar 1774

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Mar 1774
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: George Selby
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Mr George Selby  Atty at Law in Alnwick                                       Newcas 3rd March 1774


	Mr Bell is returned from Berwick and on the other Side you have a Description of the Bounder of Unthank, the Threap Ground, the Township of East Ord and also of the Cottages and Garth in East Ord which Mr Selby has bought of Sir Walter Blackett and also of the Quay or Coal Staith in Tweedmouth which Sir Walter has since made him a present of.

	These Boundaries I hope will enable you to settle the parcels that are to be conveyed to Mr Selby and when you have the Drat of the Conveyance settled by your Counsel I desire to see it before before it be ingrossed                                            I am etc            HR

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