Letter – Joseph Richmond to Richard Cook – 26 Nov 1728

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Nov 1728
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Richard Cook
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Newcastle 26 Nov 1728

To Mr Rich’d Cooke Goldsmith Londn

Sr By this Post Mr Allgood has drawn a Bill upon you payable to me Or Order at tendays date for the Sum of two hundred pounds On Acct of fine silvr Sent in Sr Wm Blacketts lifetime w[hi]ch he desires you will pay when due. He is One of Sr Wms Execrs & the will having been proved at Yorke he hops you will not give the Execrs the trouble of Proveing it again at London on Account of your Debt having no account depending there besides that will require it wch is Signifyd by …   yr most Obed   &c  JR

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