Letter – Joseph Richmond to Robert Long – 12 Jan 1734

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Jan 1734
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Robert Long
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Robt Long					Newcastle 12 Janry 1733


The Beginning of last Month I ship[pe]d in the Constant Jane Dav[i]d Ramsey Mar for

London, a Box directed to Jno Long Bateman Esqr in Newbond Street, a Box & two Potts of Wild Fowl directed to Mr Blake in Greet Russell Street, w[hi]ch they write they have not yet received. the Ship is come away from London, & the Broker who shipt them here tells me the things will be found at Whitakers, or Dashes Wharfs, for the ship delivered Goods at both these Places. Mr Blackett therefore desires you will Enquire after them on Receipt hereof & Imediately send them by a Porter as directed w[i]th my service to your Bro[the]r, I am 

						Sirs Yrs etc J R

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