Letter – Joseph Richmond to Thomas Robinson – 26 Dec 1728

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

To Mr Thos Robinson Sundrland

Sr I hope when you recollect that it was by your Ordr that Xtian Xtianson has the lead and that you will not any longer defer the paymt of his Bill as to the expense you say you were at on Acct of making interest for Sr Wm I hope you doubt not but the Extors will Ansr it when you satisfie them you were so much in Disburse but as the Lead is on another affair for wch I am accountable and as I have laid above I have your order for Delivering it with Promise of payment I send this bearer herewith for your last ansr wch I should not have been hasty in Doeing but that I am obliged to pay in that Money on the 6th of next month

				I am yrs &c  JR

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