Letters – George Allgood to Thomas Matthews – 1 Dec 1725

Document Type: Letters
Date: 1 Dec 1725
Correspondent: George Allgood
Recipient: Thomas Matthews
Archive Source: LMA HO9 GY D 88
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      1 Decemr 1725


Received of the Corporation of the President and Governours of the Hospital founded at the sole costs and charges of Thomas Guy Esquire by the Hands of Charles Joye Esq the sum of Four thousand pounds being part of the sum of twelve thousand pounds secured by a Mortgage to the said Corporation I say rec’d by virtue of a power from the said Sir William Blackett and for his use £4000

by me George Allgood

wtiness Tho Matthew

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