Letter – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 26 Mar 1734

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Mar 1734
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton							Newcastle 26th Mar 1733

Inclosed is a bill for 20 w[hi]ch Mr Allgood desired me to send you on Mr <Witheringtons>

acco[un]t. You have likewise inclosed Mr Pre Bernardeaus bill on Messr Simonds for four hundred pounds due 29th inst. I desire you will apply £200 of the said bill in paym[en]t of Capt Midfords last half years annuity, & send me his bill or Receipt for it, the remaining £200 please to let remain in your hand till further notice, & pray favour me with a line adviseing the Receipt of these two bills I fancy Mr Ord expects some abatement on West Kenton, for he will never give it up after laying out so much mony on it as he has done, pray let me know whether he has actually quitted it & if so what are the the new objections he boggles at. I am etc


PS I hear nothing from Mr Greive

Mr Ismay							Kendal Mar 8th 1733

Twenty eight days after date please to pay to Mr Wm Herbert or order Twenty pounds value rec[eiv]ed as by advise hereof & place it to the Accot of Your humble serv[an]t Wm Mackreth

Endorsed Wm Herbert   Henry Coulson 

To Mr Jos: Ismay at his Warehouse in old Swan Lane London

								Newcastle Janry 29th 1733

At Two Usances pray pay by this my sole Bill of Exchange unto Mr Jos Richmond 

or Order, the sum of four hundred pounds, value in Lead of Wm Blackett Esqr & place it to the Acco[un]t of  Mr  J.B.B. of Rouen as (p) Advise from                                              				 Your most humble serv[an]t Pre Bernardeau

To Messr Pre & J.C.Simond Prod Mercht		

	In London

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