Letter – Joseph Richmond to Rebecca Stainforth – 6 Sep 1730

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Sep 1730
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Rebecca Stainforth
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mrs <Stanford> at York		Newcastle Sept 6th 1730

Madm, By Lancelt Allgoods drections I send you the below bill for twenty eight pounds ten shillings I desire you’l please to own the Reecipt thereof to him by the Return of the Post & am Mad’m yours &c JR

Sr Twenty days after date please pay to Mr Jos Richmond or order Twenty Eight pounds ten shillings Value Rec’d & place it to Messrs Reay & Coulson Acct without further SAdvice from Sr yours &c JR

To Matthw Fetherstonhaugh Esqr in Crooked Lane London

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