Letter – Henry Richmond to Isaac Hunter – 5 Jun 1764

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 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] 5th June 1764 


Sir     I have just received your Letter with the Acco[un]t for Decem[be]r Qua[rte]r and shall be very glad to have your pay made on the 20th inst[an]t. So, if you think you can get all closed I desire you will fix it accordingly and come and receive the Money on Monday the 18th go home on Tuesday and pay it away on Wednesday. This will suit me very well but the two weeks following I cannot be from home.

I should be glad to know, as soon as you can judge of it what sum will do for you and to have your pay bill qua[rter]s acco[un]t & rental before you come yourself even tho[ugh] you should be obliged to send one on purpose with them. P.S. If you do fix the 20th for the pay it would be right to let me know of it for Certainty’s sake. I am etc                              H R

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