Letter – Henry Richmond to James Hebdin – 29 Jun 1772

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Jun 1772
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: James Hebdin
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr. James Hebdin - Clerk to Richd. Wilson Esqr.                      Newcas 29th June 1772

              at Leeds - Yorkshire


	As our Gentlemen of the Newcastle Bank have made provision for the payment of their Bills at John Cookson Esqr. No 66 Lombard Street I have returned you the Bill I received from you this post - for Mr King the Indorser is not in Town and you do not say whether I am to require the value of the Bill of him so I think it best to return it as I understand you will be sure of it in London which I suppose has been the Original Intention  - I find by Letter from Mr. Thomas Wilson that the Bill for £300 is paid.                              I am etc      HR

No. 1887         22 June

£10. 10 .0 Newcastle Bank 15th May 1772

Thirty five days after date pay to the order of Mr Joseph King Ten Guineas   value received

For Bell Cookson Carr Self & Saint Jno. Widdrington

Endorsed Joseph King  June 22d.

To Messrs.   Glyn & Hallifax London  

No. 37201                                         

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