Letter – Joseph Richmond to Mrs Dixon – 12 Jan 1734

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Jan 1734
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Mrs Dixon
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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								Newcastle 12 Janry 1733

Mrs Dixon

I have waited & wrote to you till I am weary, & yet see not any prospect of your making  good your promises in any Degree, you have taken up the money for the (Ewes) and Lambs & every thing else that you have sold, without bringing any here, & when I offered to buy your Oats at 4d a bowl above the Markett you refused to deal with me, by all w[hi]ch I apprehend you Intend to give your self no trouble about the rent for its certainly the furthest thing from your thoughts, if you think fitt to consider better of it against Saturday next you will do well, for I shall neither give you nor my self the trouble of  any more Messages on this affair. I am

						yours etc J: R

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