Letter – Henry Richmond to Mary Jurin – 2 Jun 1770

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Jun 1770
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Mary Jurin
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To   Mrs Jurin at the Hermitage                                                  Newcas   2  June 1770

Madam       Inclosed I return you the Letters of Attorney executed by Mr Colpitts this Morning.   I have not made an affidavit of the Execution because I am told the Steward of the Court will not require it, as he knows my hand very well: but if it should be necessary I shall do it at any time.  I hope the Surrenders will now be soon completed and that Mr Heron will write me when they are so, that a time and place may be fixed with Mr Colpitts for payment of the purchase Money for the Ferry etc.

     My wife begs leave to return her Compts to you  and  I am etc    HR

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