Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 13 Feb 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 13 Feb 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Christ. Denton                                                      Febry 13th 1732/3


Inclos’d you receive Mr Allgoods answer to Mr Blacketts Bill as it stands now altered by Mr Grey, which Mr. Allgood, & Mr Clarke desire you will lay before Mr Fenwick, & let Mr Blackett have a Copy that he may see wherein it differs with Mr. Wilsons draught. I rece[ive]d of the 3rd a bill on Mr. Major Allgood for sixty pounds, which is paid, how to get you the Money returned I know not for can’t procure a Bill to Answer Mr Blacketts Demands, you may however be assured, I will do my best Endeavours for you. I saw Mr Ward about 10 days ago, who s[ai]d he would pay me your Money in a fortnight, but I doubt his performance. If you think fit to send me a Bill on Mr Browns I will call on him for it, but it will no doubt affront him, if I call before you Order him to pay me whats between you, I have rec[eiv]ed & made my self D[ebto]r to you for Mr Mills money, & as soon as I can get you a good Bill for the Bills between us, I will send it you. With due Respects, I am etc    JR                                       

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