Letter – Joseph Richmond to Peter Chevalier – 8 Jan 1731

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Jan 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Peter Chevalier
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr. Peter Chavalier Mercht. London      Newcastle 8 Janry


Mr. Richard Hodgson of this Place has been treating wth. me for 1000pcs. Lead on Accot. of the Paris East India Company, for the value of wch. if we conclude a Bargain, I am to have this bill or bills upon you at 30 days from the shipping the Lead, as I may have occasion to dispose of his bills here this is to desire the favour of a line whether youll please to pay the same, wch.will prevent my sending them up to you for acceptance. I do assure you I shall furnish him wth. a parcel of Lead so good and upon such equall terms as I hope will Induce the Company to favour this Mer[chan]t wth. their future Orders. I with the Wishes of the season am 

Yours etc 

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