Letter – Henry Richmond to John Hudson – 25 Mar 1772

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Mar 1772
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: John Hudson
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To John Hudson Esq at Bessingby                                         Newcas   25th. March 1772



	Inclosed is Bell & Cos. bill on Glyn & Co. for One hundred pounds payable at 25 days from the 24th. instant which I have endorsed and sent to you by the desire of Walter Trevelyan Esq. to be placed to his Accot.  you will please to advise me of the receipt of the bill and that you have placed it accordingly; to be a voucher to my Accot. - Sir Walter Blackett bids me acquaint you that he reced your letter of the 17th. instant & that he is obliged to you for your good Wishes, & that he is so much engaged in Business that he cannot at present write to you, which he hopes you will excuse.   I hope Mrs. Hudson & your Family are well     I am etc                                      HR

£100 Newcastle Bank 24th March 1772

Twenty five days after date pay to the Order of Mr. Henry Richmond One hundred pounds - value received For Bell Cookson Carr Self & Saint Jno. Widdrington

pay the Contents to John Hudson Esq. or order value in Accot.  Hen Richmond

To Mess.rs Glyn & Hallifax London

No. 36888         

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