Letter – Joseph Richmond – 9 Jul 1730

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Jul 1730
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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July 9 1730, sent up 1 doz ½ claret 1 dozn port, 2 dozn ale, 3 bottles brandy to Allenheads against Mr Blackets going up & wrote Mr Armstrong to hasten the Reckoning & qual[if]y ano[the]r to give warning that those who come not to reckon will be postpon’d till another pay, but that he must reckon for such that there may be made a Clear account & no Omissions brought in afterwards where the reckoning and qua[rterly] accts are finish’d to make out his general account & another of Rents wch must both be given in before the pay, for the Charge of the pay & c is to be charg’d in Sept Accot.
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