Letter – Henry Richmond to Isaac Hunter – 1 Jun 1764

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Jun 1764
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Isaac Hunter
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr Isaac Hunter at                                                   Newcas[tle]  1st June 1764



Sir    Mr Reynaldson writes me that he has now got in all the Old Lead, and will send you two Ticketts of it. One of which will be his Receipt to 31st Decem[be]r last, which you will charge in Dece[mbe]r qua[rter]s Acco[un]ts the other Tickett, containing what he has rece[ive]d this year, I would have charged in March Acco[un]ts. I hope you will get these Ticketts by the Time you receive this Letter; as soon as you do, pray close your Decem[be]r Acco[un]t and send it me, & then proceed as fast as you can in your Reckonings, that we may get the Pay over ; which has been delayed too long, if it would have been helped. I shall be glad to hear that you have got the carriage set on at all the Mills ; for we have a deal to do and the Season is spending.

I am etc                                               H R

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