Letter – Henry Richmond to Plumb & Brown – 11 Dec 1767

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Dec 1767
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Plumb & Brown
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Messrs Plumb & Browne Goldsmiths                                           Newcastle 11th Decemr 1767

in Foster Lane London               


I have this day drawn a bill on you for Two hundred and Seventy seven pounds seventeen Shillings and Sixpence payable to Richard Wilson Esqr or order thirty days after this date; which I desire you will accept and when paid place to Acco[un]t with Sr Walter Blackett Bt.

I have this day sent you a piece of Silver weighing seven hundred & thirty six ounces, by David Jackson the London Carrier, which I desire you will place to Sir Walters Acco[un]t as usual at the Markett price and advise me on your receipt of it. I am etc    HR

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