Letter – Joseph Richmond to Thomas Partiss – 26 Dec 1728

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Dec 1728
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Thomas Partiss
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Newcastle 26 Dec 1728

To Mr Thos Partess Sunderland

Sr. By your ansr to my lre of the 6th last month I never questiond but that you would have pd. before this what you are oweing to the late Sr Wm Blacketts Estate but as you seem to take no notice of what I then wrote to you I hereby acquaint you that I cannot any longer respite the calling ni of that debt for the Ex’tors intending speedily to make a pay wch will amount to a large sum and have required me to make provision for the same & therefore I beg you won’t be the Occation of any further trouble to me Or your self by Delaying the payment after the first January at or before wch time I expect the money. Iam Sr &c JR

PS. Yor acct is as follows

1728 Aug 23 To 423 ½ oz silver at 5s9d - £121 15 1 ½ 

	Recd in part                          20	

                                         £101 15 1 ½ is the Bal

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