Letter – Henry Richmond to John Grey – 23 Sep 1773

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Sep 1773
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: John Grey
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr John Grey - Attorney at Law                                             Newcas 23d September 1773

           In Berwick upon Tweed


	I received your Letter inclosing the Draught of the Conditions of Sale for Unthank Land and Colliery which I think very proper - I have filled up all the Blanks in it and have made the 5th condition as you recommended - As to <affine> & Recovery I am very well satisfied there is no Occasion for any such thing.  A Tonn of Coals consists of 420 Bolls of 36 Gallons Winchester dry Measure each which you may add if you please to the Description of the Premises at Unthank - The Tithes of Shotton consist of both the great & small Tithes & the Draught of the Description & Conditions of Sale of these Tithes are on the other Side - All these Premises will be advertised next month and inserted in the Newcastle London & Edinburgh Papers.

	I am obliged to you for your good Wishes for my Health.  I am a great deal better

                                                                                                   I am  etc   HR

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