Letter – Henry Richmond to John Fenwick – 22 Jan 1771

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jan 1771
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: John Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To   Mr John Fenwick    in Robert’s                                           Newcas.   22  Janry 1771

     Place  -  York

Sir      I have reced your Letter of the 20th instant inclosing me your receipt for Forty seven pounds ten shillings for the Years Interest due to you from Sir Walter Blackett this day: & inclosed I send you the value of it, namely Bell Cookson & Cos. Bill on Glyn & Hallifax  for Forty seven pounds ten shillings payable to me or Order at 30 days from this day and indorsed by me to you.  the Bill is as at as short a date as I could procure it; & it will be a Satisfaction to me and safety to you if you will write me by the return of the post that you have received this Bill safe.                   I am etc    HR

£ 47  10. . 0 Newcastle Bank    22  Janry 1771

Thirty Days after date pay to the order of Mr Henry  Richmond Forty seven  pounds ten shillings Value received For Bell Cookson Carr & Self & Saint Jno. Widdrington

Pay the Contents to Mr John Fenwick  or order, Value in Accot.   Hen Richmond

To  Messrs Glyn & Hallifax London                                                                                                 

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