Letter – Joseph Richmond to Thomas Robinson – 18 Nov 1729

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Nov 1729
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Thomas Robinson
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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NewCa 18 Novem 1729

To Mr Robinson

I am with yours of the 25 ulto wherein you say you compute there is due from you £20 wch you will pay & no more, this is a way of settling acco.s that I never befor met with the Like, How well your last Lre agrees with yours of the 15 Sept 1728 if you have a Copy I pray you’ll consider, I would advise you to let this affair be amicably compromised before Friday next & in order thereto desire you’l come over & bring with you a note of the Disbursmts you claim for you’l pardon my telling you that to let the Trustees proceed against you, wch they certainly will do by next post, if you take no care to prevent it, won’t be at all to your Credit or interest, when all your Lres to me are made fully publick. This is I believe the last Lre I shall trouble you with upon this affair & Hope it will have the good Affect desired by

									Yours		JR

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