Letter – Henry Richmond to William Darwin – 28 Oct 1768

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Oct 1768
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: William Darwin
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr Darwin Greys Inn London                                                       Newca[stle] 28th Octor 1768


Inclosed is Bell Cookson and Cos bill on Glyn & Hallifax for Eight hundred & Eighty four pounds, which I desire you will place to my Acco[un]t and advise me of the receipt of.

This Bill is to enable you to pay Mr Savage’s half yrs int[e]r[es]t which will be due the 6th of next Month amounting to £495; and to pay you the £3 12s 0d I owe you, & leave three hundred & Eighty five pounds eight shillings towards the quarterly payments between 30th Septemr last & 31st Decemr next. If you please therefore to send me a receipt in the usual form for this Latter Sum I shall place it to your Credit and advise you so; and when you send me Mr Savage’s receipt I reckon our Account will be balanced. I am etc    HR

£884 Newcastle Bank 25th Octor 1768

Thirty Days after date pay to the Order of Mr Henry Richmond Eight hundred Eighty four pounds value received. For Bell Cookson Carr Airey & Self    Jos. Saint


Pay the Contents to Mr Wm Alvey Darwin or order value in Account Hen Richmond

To Messrs Glyn & Hallifax London No. 22757

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