Letters – Joseph Richmond to Charles Joy – 12 Jun 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 12 Jun 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Charles Joy
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Cha: Joye Esqr.                        Newcastle the 12th June 1733


Inclosed are six Bills Of Exchange for the sum of thirteen hundred pounds, as above, which sum, when paid, I desire you will apply towards the Discharge of the last half years Intrest owed

on the late Sr. Wm. Blacketts Mortg[ag]e & advise the Receipt hereof  to Yours etc JR

p.s.  I will make you a further return as soon as possibly I can.                                     

                                                     Newcastle May 8th 1733                                    £. s. d

Two months after date pay Mr Joseph Richmond or order the sum of two  hundred & ten pounds value received & place it to account, p[er] advise from Richard & Nich[ola]s Ridley

To Mr John Edwards Merch[an]t in London


                                                     Newcastle May the 11th 1733

All two Usances pray pay by this my sole bill of Exchange unto Mr Jos: Richmond or order the sum of Five hundred & sixty pounds, Two shillings, & sixpence. Value in Lead of the Ex[ecu[tors of Sr. Wm. Blackett. & place it to the acco[un]t of Messrs The Directors of The 

F. E.J:Comp[any] as the advise from Your most humble Servant  Pre. Bernardeau

To Mr Pre. Cavelier in London 

                                                    Newcastle 18 May 1733

Thirty days after date Pay Mr Jos. Richmond or order Eighty Pounds St. the value in account, and place the same to account as by advise from Fenwick & Waters

To Messrs Kelot & <Vassmin> merch[an]ts in London 

                                                       Berwick June 1st 1733

Sr. Twenty days after date pay to Mr Cuth[ber]t Ogle Sen[io]r or Order  the sum of one hundred pounds & place it to Account as by advise from Sr. your humble Serv[an]t  Wm. Armorer Junr    

To Mr. Geo: Burnetton <Roay> Street by the end of Barneby Street Southwark    London

                                                       Newcastle June 1st 1733

Two Months after date pay Mr. Jos: Richmond or order the sum of Two  hundred pounds value  received p[er] advise from Richd. & Nich[ola]s Ridley 

To Mr John Edwards Merch[an]t in London

                                                  Newcastle 12th June 1733

Sirs Forty days after date pay Charles Joy Esqr., or Order the sum of one hundred & fortynine pounds seventeen shillings & sixpence & place it to acco[un]t as advised by Sirs your most humble Servant Jo. Richmond

To Messrs Cook & Abell Goldsmiths in Forster Lane London                   

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