Letter – Henry Richmond to William Robson – 24 Feb 1764

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Feb 1764
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: William Robson
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Mr William Robson                                                              Newcas[tle]     24 Febry  1764

at Wallington

Sir        I am very glad you are so much better; & glad to find you think Sir Walter will be no loser by George Pringle. I do not see that you have had more than two sums of me last year ; to wit £300 on the 17th May & £250 on the 19th Nov[embe]r. I am very much afraid Sir W[alte]r will suffer by Anth[on]y Hunter & George Browne. the former owes £340 due martin[ma]s last & the latter owes £367.10..0 due at the same time. P.S. inclosed is Mr Atkinson’s Note wch I desire you will examine & sign & return to me as soon as convenient. I am he         HR

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