Letter – Walter Blackett to Henry Ternegan – 10 Nov 1730

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Nov 1730
Correspondent: Walter Blackett
Recipient: Henry Ternegan
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Henry Ternegan Esq. in Great Russell Street in Covent Gardn, London

				Newcastle Novr 10th 1730

Sr, Agreeable to your last I have sent you the above Bill, the Receipt of which I desire you will notify by a line to Mr Richmond in Newcastle	I am	Sr 	Yours &c 	Wr Bla

Srs				Newcastle Novr 10th 1730

Fifteen days after date pay to Walter Blackett Esq or order One Hundred pounds

Value recd of Mr Joseph Richmond, as advised	By Abm Dixon

To Messrs Burward & Still

In March Lane, London

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