Letter – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 6 Nov 1730

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Nov 1730
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr. Denton			Newcastle 6th Nov 1730


      Inclos’d you have a Bill for the Sum of one hundred and seventeen pounds twelve shillings to answer your Bills to Mr Ward the 20th ult, it will be punctually pd when due & is at as short a date as I could prevail, good Bills being now here difficult to meet with, without a prem[iu]m. I hope youl get Mr Dawsons & Fosters money in Town, if I could have recd that money here should have been very ready to have serv’d you in rerturning it.

	I send you a Coppy of Mr Cooks acct by wch you’l observe that if Mr Clark has only recd £200 of him since 6 Sepr 1729 there must remain in his hands £485 2s 0 ¾ please to enquire into it & let Mr Allgood know by this Post opportunity whether that is the real Balance & Mr Cook agrees that he may draw upon him accordingly, wch I have wrote Mr Allgood By this post, I have beg’gd the favour of you to do. I desire you will own the Receipt of the Inclosd Bill & that you’l make my best Respects acceptable to Mr Clark,

	I am Sr &c 	JR

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