Letter – Henry Richmond to Richard Wilson – 9 Sep 1772

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Sep 1772
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Richard Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Richard Wilson Esqr. in Leeds                                                           Newcas. 9th. Septr 1772



	 Mr. Joseph King having at last paid me his Rent I have here sent you my Accot. of your Kenton Rents for the half year Ending Martin[ma]s. last & desire you will sign & return me the Duplicate - The Balance of this Account is Three hundred & thirty two Pounds nineteen Shillings & threepence for which Sum I have here inclosed you Bell and Cos. Bill on Castell & Co & desire you will advise the Receipt of it or let Mr. Hebdin do it by the return of the Post - Inclosed is Copy of Rt Tomlins & Jno Harle’s Notes, & also Mrs. Ken Headlam’s Rect for her interest.- Weatherburns Lease will be out at Mayds next & the farm may be advanced - But I will get S. Wr. Bts. Land Steward to give me his Opinion, as soon as the Corn is off the Grod. & will let you know it - the houses of this farm will want Reparation       I am etc       HR

£332_19_3             Newcastle Bank                                      8th. Septemr 1772

Thirty days after date Pay to the Order of Mr. Heny. Richmond Three hundred & thirty two Pounds nineteen Shillings & three pence value received For Bell Cookson Carr Self & Saint Jno. Widdrington

To Messrs. Castell Whately & Powell Lombard Street London                                    

Pay the Contents to Richard Wilson Esqr. or Order Value in Account   Hen Richmond

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