Letter – Joseph Richmond to Robert Macmorran – 25 Oct 1728

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Oct 1728
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Robert Macmorran
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Newcastle 25 Octob 1728

To Mr Rob Macmorran <..> Royal Watling street London

Sir, I received your favours of the 26th ult & 3rd inst w[hi]ch I should have acknowledged long ‘ere this, if the hurry attending the late melancholy Occasion had not prevented me.

	I have not yet heard any thing of the casks of bone ashes being arriv’d, pray forward sixteen or twenty casks more, with all Expedition, the charge whereof shall be answer’d according to your order. I am

				Sr Your most humble servant,  JR

You may drawn upon the Exers of Sir Wm Blackett or on me for value in amount with them

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