Letter – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 14 Jul 1730

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Jul 1730
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton		Newcastle 14 July 1730

Sr, I have before me yours of the 9th signifying the mistake of ten pounds in the Body of Mr Bernardeau’s bill on mr laPorte, wch I am surprized I never discovered especially when I took copy of the Bill I inclos’d send you another of the same date for £210 10s 3d wch I desire you will carry to Mr. La: Porte for acceptance & at the same time take wth you the first bill, let him see his acceptation cut off or cancelled, & pray fail not in returning that bill to me by the first Return that I may return it Mr Bernardeau & take up my note wch Mr Bernardeau insisted on before he would agree to draw a Second bill. I shall be very glad to see you here to wch place I wish you a good journey wth my most hble service to Mr Clark. 	Iam	&c	JR

PS Pray enquire at the Hospitall how accts stand when you make the next Paymt for Mr Allgood was telling me they complain of large arrears; has Mr Clark recd the Balance of £490 19s 6d due from Mr Cook; be so kind as ask Me. Simmonson the Saddler near Grays Inn gate whether Mr Blacketts furniture was returned in the Box wth his Ladys side saddle to Esholt for he will want it at York Races …

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