Letter – Henry Richmond to John Grey – 25 Dec 1772

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Dec 1772
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. 25 Decr. 1772

                in Berwick upon Tweed


	Inclosed herewith you receive according to your desire the Bond between Sr. Wr Blackett & Mr. Lawson Armstrong to abide by the Award of Messrs. Lambert and Marshall about the Boundary of Canny & Hobshole Fisheries dated 29 Sepr. last & in case they should not make their Award before 29th. instt. then to abide by the Award of such person as they shall chuse for Umpire in case he shall make his Award before 10 Febry next - Inclosed also is the said Arbitrators Nomination and Appointment of Mall Forster Esqr. to be their Umpire as aforesaid - both which Instruments I desire you will advise the Receipt - I am sorry there is so much Difficulty in deciding this dispute but hope nevertheless the Arbitrators will be able to make a Satisfactory Award in time.  But if they cannot agree about it then you will please to give Sir Walter Blacketts Compliments to Mr. Forster & that he will be Obliged to him if he could take upon him the Trouble of this Reference & Mr. Armstrong has the Duplicates of the Bond & Appointment.  I should be glad to hear from you what is doing in this Matter - Your Letter which is dated 21st. instt. I only reced last Night - I wish you the Compliments of the Season

                                                                                I am etc          HR

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