Letter – Henry Richmond to John Fenwick – 10 Apr 1764

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Apr 1764
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: John Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Mr John Fenwick Esq[uir]e in                                              Newcastle 10th April 1764

Roberts’s Place York

Sir     I have received the two Receipts and therefore as I wrote you Yesterday your draught to Mr Hull for any Sum under Five hundred and forty seven Pounds ten Shillings will be paid provided it does not become due before the 12th May and that you advise me of what Sum you have drawn for & express that it is in part of the two Receipts you sent me for £547.10.0 one of which was for £47.10.0 in full for intr[es]t due to you on the 12th May 1764 and the other for £500 in part of Sir W[alte]rs and Mr Peareths Bond. This will be necessary as I have given you advice of receiving the receipts. The remainder will be remitted according to what I wrote you Yesterday.  P.S. Mr Hull who set out this morning will probably be able to let you have something more than he talked of. I am etc                                        H R

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