Letter – Joseph Richmond – 15 Oct 1728

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 Oct 1728
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Newcastle 15 Oct 1728

My Lady

On the melancholy occasion of Sr Wm Blackett’s death the trustees have Order’d twenty guineas for your mourning the Same as Order’d for your Other susters w[hi]ch if you please to accept of will be paid you by Mr Char Clarke of Grays Inn One of the trustees. On his Returne to towne w[hi]ch will be in 20 days or if you please to draw a  Bill upon me here for that sum the Money shall be paid at Sight <I signify> this by the Ordr of the Exec[uto]rs & I am yrs &c 


The above was writt to Madm Treuchar, Madm Marchell Madm Fran. Blackett & Madm Bella Blackett

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