Letter – Henry Richmond to Richard Wilson – 7 Mar 1764

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Mar 1764
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Richard Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Richard Wilson Esq[uir]e                                                      Newcas[tle[ 7th March 1764 

At Leeds

Sir      Inclosed is Bell and Co’s bill on Vere & Co for One hundred & Seventy pounds Eighteen Shillings; being the balance of the Acco[unt] of West Kenton Rents due at Mayday last as you will see by the inclosed account which I have signed.

You will please to advise me of your receipt of the above Bill; & to sign and return me the Copy, which I have also inclosed you, of the said Account.

Mr King agrees to pay legal legal int[e]rest for the arrear from this day till martin[ma]s neat, unless he discharges it sooner.  I am he etc or he                                              H R 

Note in margin   P.S.  Yo[u]r order as to Messrs <Keadlessy> int[e]r[es]t extended no further than <towt> was then due < part missing> that on any future occasion I shall want a fresh order.

No 11200   £170.18.0                                                                  Newcast[tle] 7th March  1764

Thirty days after date Pay to the Order of Mr Henry Richmond One hundred Seventy Pounds Eighteen Shillings                                     Value received

For Bell,Cookson Carr Airey & self Joseph Saint

To Messrs Vere Glynn & Hallifax London  

Pay the Contents to Rich[ar]d Wilson Esq[uire] or Order Value in Acco[unts]  Henry Richmond

<En[dorse]d> p[er[ P.S.                                              


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