Letter – Henry Richmond to Thomas Adams – 16 Oct 1772

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Oct 1772
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Thomas Adams
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr. Thos. Adams - Attorney at Law                                               Newcas. 16th. Octr 1772

             In Alnwick


	When I received your letter of the 11th. instant Mr Wilson was at Hexham holding the Court there - He returned Yesterday, when I acquainted him of your intention of waiting upon him; but he was obliged to go to Durham this Morning upon the Commission he told you of, which he says will confine him there a Month - if any thing could be done with him by the Agent of Lord Crews Trustees in Durham, as I believe he has taken your Draft with him, it would save time - P.S. If the Draft is not settled with him in Durham, I shall let you know when he returns and get him to appoint a time for our meeting       I am etc     HR

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