Letter – Henry Richmond to William Ward – 10 Aug 1770

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Aug 1770
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: William Ward
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To     Willm. Ward Esqr.  at Nunnikirk                               Newcas.   10 Augst. 1770

   near Morpeth  

Sir      I have a Letter from Sir Walter Blackett from Spa; who is much better, & desires his Compliments to you; & and would be very glad to receive a Letter from you, through my hands, that you are well, & have not had any Thing of the Gravel.  he wishes you would give him a State of all Country Affairs, & about the Moor Game, Turnpike Roads etc.

     I shall write to Sir Walter, & about the 22nd or 23rd inst. & if it be agreeable to write him at the same time I can inclose your Letter.                 I am etc    HR

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