Letter – Joseph Richmond to John Bacon – 19 Sep 1729

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Sep 1729
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Bacon
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Newc 19 Sepr 1729

To John Bacon Esq.

Sr, I am favour’d with yours of the 10th agreeable to wch you herewith receive your ansr, both as to the rent & Whessonope oar lead, wch I hope you will find right. You will observe I have made a Quere as to the land tax wch I refer to Mr Allgood & yourself to settle. I have not receiv’d any acct of the partnership money since that ended the 10th May so can give at present no further answer to that part of your lre relating a Pay, but that when Jo. Peart brings in the acct shall appoint the very first convenient time for that Purpose. If any objections to your acct please to signify them to	JR

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