Letter – Henry Richmond to John Fenwick – 12 May 1764

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 May 1764
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: John Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr John Fenwick                                                        Newca[tle]  12th May 1764

Roberts’s Place York

Sir      Inclosed you receive Peareth  & Sorsbie’s Bill on Freeman & Stainbanks for Three hundred & seven pounds ten shillings ; at 30 Days from 25th <……> with which the Bill for Two hundred & Forty pounds wch you have drawn upon me payable to Mr Hull & which I have accepted, makes up the Value of your Receipts. I desire you will by the return of the post advise me of the Receipt of this Bill for £307.10.0 & that you will mention that it is the Residue of the £547.10.0 for which you sent me two Receipts; whereof one was for £47.10.0 for Int[e]r[es]t due to you this day & the other was for £500.0.0 in part of Sir W]alte]r Blacketts & Mr Peareth’s Bond. I am etc                               H R   

                                                                                    Newcastle 25th April 1764 p[er] £307.10.0

Thirty Days after date Pay Mr Henry Richmond or Order, Three hundred & seven pounds ten shillings, Value in Acco[un]t with Sir Walter Blackett, place the same to Acco[un]t as p[er] Advice.   Peareth & Sorsbie

To Messrs Freeman & Stainbanks in London 

pay the Contents to Mr John Fenwick or Order   Value in Acco[un]t  Henry Richmond

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