Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 16 Jul 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 16 Jul 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton 8 Grays Inn London		Newcastle 16 July 1731


By Mr Allgoods Directions I send you inclosed, Mr Reays bill on Mr James Creed for the Sum of a hundred & fifty pounds, towards the exemplification of the will, & paymt of those bills Mr Blackett desired you to Discharge, the Receipt whereof please to own about the same time that the Bill becomes due Mr Blackett will order a Gentleman in Town to pay you forty pounds more, I have  nothing Material to write you save that wee are in Expectation of Sr Walters Company shortly & shall be very glad to hear when may hope for the pleasure of yours & in the Interim remain,     Sr Yours etc J.R.

					Newcastle July 16th 1731		£150.0s.0d

Sr, Twenty days after Date please pay to Mr Joseph Richmond or Ordr one hundred & fifty pounds Value received wch place to accot as advised by Your most Obedient Servant    H.Reay

To James Creed Esq. Mercht in London

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