Letter – Joseph Richmond to Revd Robinson – 24 Oct 1760

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Oct 1760
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Revd Robinson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To the Revd Dr Robinson at Ponteland                                                                  24 Oct 1760


In answer to your letter of the 22nd Sir Wr is now at Etal and I do not certainly know when he will be here but as soon as the bond is executed for the £2200 you will hear further. If Sir Wr does not call upon himself will send my son to wait upon you and settle the intrt on the £600 to the date of the bond, but in the mean time you had better dispose of your bill for the £369 . 9 . 3 for I believe Sir Wr will have no occasion for it. 

PS I have wrote to Sir Wr who I expect will be at Wallington today or tomorrow and he will probably call on you himself with a bond bearing the date 27th inst to which time the interest on the £1600 will be as follows I am JR

Intrt on £1400 from 27 Aug to 27 Oct  £ 9  7s 0d

        on £200 from 4 Feb to do      £ 5 16s 6d

                                      £15  3s 6d

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