Letters – Charles Clark to Howard – 24 Mar 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 24 Mar 1732
Correspondent: Charles Clark
Recipient: Howard
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Howard in Newcastle		Newcastle 24th Mar 1731/2


At a meeting between Mr Blackett & the Trustees of the late Sr W[illia]m Blackett to look into the Trust Estate, we find you stand Indebted to the s[ai]d Estate £200 w[i]th Interest upon your Bond & Judgm[en]t, I was ordered to acquaint you, that it's expected you shoud make some proposal for the paym[en]t of the money, w[hi]ch shall be made as easy to you as our affairs will admitt, otherwise we in discharge of our Trust to proceed upon that w[hi]ch we are very unwilling to do. I am etc Cha[rles] Clark esq & J.R.

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