Letter – Henry Richmond to Thomas Faber – 26 Dec 1774

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Dec 1774
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: Thomas Faber
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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The Revd Mr Faber at Calverley near Bradford - Yorkshire                 Newcas 26th Decemr 1774



	I have a Letter from Sir Wr Blackett ordering me to write you about the four Pounds which he pays John Horn half Yearly for Interest of £200 and which John is desirous of receiving by your Assistance - if you think proper to do this Service for him Sir Walter will reimburse you in such Way as may be readiest to you and says he will write you accordingly - When you make these paymts to John Horn please to get him to sign receipts to the Effect of the inclosed

                                                                                                I am etc    Hen Richmond

P.S.  the form of the receipt is below

Sir Walter Blackett Barot to John Horn                         Dr

    For ½ a yrs intrt of £100 at 4 pCt due 1 Novr 1774     2.0.0

    For ½ a yrs intrt of £100 at 4 pCt due 13 Decr 1774   2.0.0



1774 Decemr    Received of Sir Walter Blackett Barot by John Erass Blackett Esqr the Sum of Four Pounds in full of the above Note - As Witness my hand

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