Letters – George Mowbray to John Ord – 29 Oct 1719

Document Type: Letters
Date: 29 Oct 1719
Correspondent: George Mowbray
Recipient: John Ord
Archive Source: NRO 324/W3/18/1
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I being at Newcastle last week when you writ to me, & you being abroad it did not come to my hand before Friday last, and Mr Tate being at Morpeth the beginning of this week, so I did not go there before yesterday and then could get nothing done for want of the letter of Attorney, wch Mr Readhead Mr Tates debety [sic] says he sent to you with with the other writings. Prat let me have it or yhour Answer by this post and I shall get all done as fast as I can 

I shall be God willing bring them down on Monday the 9th of 9ber when I come for money for our pay. I am Sr yr very humble servt

	Geo Mowbray

Allenheads 8ber 29th 1719

[annotated at foot in a different hand:] 30.8ber Sent the lre of attorney p Hexham post

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