Letter – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Johnson – 28 Mar 1760

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Mar 1760
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Johnson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Mr Chr. Johnson Attory at Law Durham                                  Newc 28 March 1760


Inclosed you receive copy of Lintzgarth lease and also two certificates that Sir Wr Blackett and Ralph Clark are living. I desire therefore you will apply for a new lease as expeditiously as you can. I acquaint you that George Robson of the Heugh aged 16 years, son of George Robson of the Heugh is the person Sir Wr desires me be named in the new lease in the room of Mr Philipson deced and that Lintzgarth is let to Mr Harrison for £10 a year please to advise me of your receipt hereof, and whether you have got Redburn lease returned that I may bring or send you the money. I am etc. JR

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