Letter – Joseph Richmond to Grindall – 29 Apr 1730

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Apr 1730
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Grindall
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Grindall		29 Aprl  1730

Sr, I have yours of this date, & it is very inconvenient for me, to comply wth your request, have nevertheless for this time to oblige you, done it, by sending you pr Bearer the sum of ten pounds as desired, I would desire you for the future when you have occasion for money to apply to Mr Armstrong when he comes down for subsistance and I shall not be backward to qualify him to gratify your wch will be a more regular way, & better correspond wth my affairs, As to Nether warden I hear not a syllable about it, I believe it is not yet disposed on, but can’t give you any certain Account

Wth service to Mrs Grindall	I am	Sir yours &c 	JR

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