Letter – Henry Richmond to William Darwin – 24 Apr 1775

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Apr 1775
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: William Darwin
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Mr Darwin    No 47 Hatton Street London                                             Newcas 24 April 1775


	Inclosed I return you your several Queries with Answers thereto in order to form an Addition to the Case concerning the Inclosure upon the Waste of the Manor of Hexham at Nubbuck & hope it will be satisfactory - A ship is come in here with a Box & a Case directed to Sir Walter Blackett which I suppose will prove the Scales Weights & Measures for Hexham but they are not yet landed - when they are got out I shall forward them to Hexham - As to the Schedule of Sir Walters payments in London he often asks me about these Matters & therefore I think you had better send me a State of them as I mentioned before - I wrote you on the 14th of Janry desiring that you would return the Copy of a little paper Deed sent you in May last being an Award allotting 80 Acres of East Ord moor in right of West Ord & acquainted you that the Original was mislaid & that that Copy which you have might be of use - As we have not yet found the Deed I shod be glad you wod return me this Copy  I am etc             HR

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