Letter – Henry Richmond to Plumb & Brown – 10 Dec 1768

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Dec 1768
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Plumb & Brown
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Messrs Plumb & Browne Goldsmiths in Foster Lane London      Newc[astle[ 10th Decr 1768


I have drawn a bill on you for five hundred & ninety Eight pounds five shillings & seven pence half penny payable to Richd Wilson Esqr or order Thirty days after this date; w[hi]ch I desire you will accept, and when paid place to Account with Sir Walter Blackett Baro[ne]t. And I have this day sent you, by David Jackson, the London Carrier, a piece of fine Silver containing five hundred and Eighty five ounces: which I desire you will place to Acco[un]t with Sir Wr Blackett Baro[ne]t as usual at the Markett price; and Advise me on your receipt of it. I am etc    HR

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