Letter – Henry Richmond to John Fenwick – 10 Apr 1765

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Apr 1765
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: John Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr John Fenwick in Robert’s Place                       Newcas[tle]  10th April 1765


Sir                      I rece[ive]d your Letter of the 8th instant inclosing me the two Receipts signed by you; and have now no objection to your drawing a Bill upon me to Mr Hull for any sum under Three hundred and thirty five Pounds twelve shillings & sixpence to become due on the  12th of May next, provided you give me a Letter of Advice how much you do draw for & mention that it is in part of the two receipts you have sent me one of which was for Thirty five Pounds twelve Shillings and sixpence in full for int[e]r[es]t to the  12 May 1765 and the other for £300 in further part of the principal due on Sir W[alte]r Blackett’s and Mr Peareths joint Bond; when this is done I shall send you a bill as you desire for the  remainder, whatever it may be, of the value of the said two receipts. I am etc  Hen Richmond

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