Letter – Joseph Richmond to Isaac Hunter – 14 Jul 1730

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

Sr, I am oblig’d to repeat my Intreaties that you will send me in the Miln accounts at least to Xmas last without loss of time, You know there has been none d’d since Lady day gone twelve months to wch time the pay was made. If any enquiry is made into Affairs this will justly be looked upon as too loose proceedings for I am not able to finish the last years account for want of those three Qarters in arrear at Xmas wch I again desire you will Immediately send me, wth my Service to Mrs. Hunter 	I am	&c	JR

If you cant send me in the two last Quarters account viz for Lady day & Midsummer last, in a months time pray fail not in sending me an Accot of the Oar recd at the severall milns in those Quarrs from the Respective groves that I may see [obscured word] see the grove account agree therewith

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