Letter – Joseph Richmond to Charles Joy – 25 Jun 1734

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Jun 1734
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Charles Joy
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Chas. Joye Esqr							Newcastle 25 June 1734


Inclosed are three bills for the sum of six hundred pounds, as above, in part of the last <half>

Years Interest on the late Sir Wm Blackett’s mortgage, the Receipt of which I desire you will please to advise. This Remittance falls short of what I did expect to have made you by this time, but its all I can at present do. The Remainder shall be returned you will all possible Expedition by	Sr Yrs etc  J R

									Newcastle 11th May 1734

At two usances, pray pay by this, my sole bill of Exchange unto Mr Jos: Richmond, or order the sum of Three hundred & forty pounds sixteen shillings & five pence, Value rec[eiv]ed in Lead of Wr Blackett Esqr & place it to the Acco[un]t of the directors of the french India Comp[an]y as (per) advice from Your most humble servant Pre Bernardeau

To Mr Daniel Frederick Collr	In London 					

Sir									June 10th 1734

Twenty days after date pay to Mr Joseph Richmond, or order, the sum of One hundred pounds, as by advice from Sr Your humble servant E Blackett

To Mr Jno Mallory at the Indian Queen In the Strand	 London

Sirs									Newcastle 25th June 1734

Thirty dates after date pay Charles Joye Esqr or order the sum of One hundred & fifty nine pounds three shillings & seven pence, value received and place it to the Account as advised by Sirs Your most humble servt J Richmond

To Messrs Cook & Abell Goldsmiths in Forster Lane London 

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