Letter – Henry Richmond to William Darwin – 10 Feb 1773

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Feb 1773
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: William Darwin
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Mr Darwin - Hatton Street No 4                                                                 Newcas 10th Febry 1773



	I have received your Letter of the 6th instant inclosing me Mr Thurlows Receipt for One hundred & fifty seven pounds ten shillings and have given you Credit for it on our Account.

	Sir Wr Blackett & Dr Blackett set out this Morning for London - The Dr has agreed to take £4 p Cent for all his Money in Sir Walters hand from the day that the next payment becomes  due - of which I was to acquaint you - As to the Winlaton Bill, I doubt there will be a delay, till it is known whether Sir Thos. Wentworth will sign the petition or no - which he probably will not do till Mr Phipps informs him it is right - so that it seems necessary for you to satisfy this Gentleman and then he can write to Sir Thos. - & you can let Mr Lambert know this is done and he will then proceed - but Mr Lambert will write you to Night upon this Subject, more particularly                                        I am etc               HR

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