Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 19 Jun 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 19 Jun 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr. Denton                                 Newcastle the 19th June 1733


      I rece[ive]d a Lre  last Post from Mr Blackett where in he says there is wanting a Lease & Release dating 8th & 9th Mar 1716 made between Thos. Collingwood of the 1st part, Jno. Wilkinson & Lanct Allgood of the 2nd part Wm. Ord & Eliz[abe]th of the 3d. part & Sr. Wm. Blackett of the 4th part, If these writings are not part of what was sent Mr Blackett the 30 Xber last with his Marriage Article, I Know not where they’l be found for I am very sure they are not here, & Mr Wilkinson, & Mr Allgood both say they have them not nor can give any Acco[un]t of them. Mr Allgood is the most likely to have them, I have desired him to examine narrowly for them. 

      Mr Wilkinson is very ready to joyn in Conveyances for Settling Mrs Blackett’s Estate, which I signify to you by Mr Blackett’s order. Cornthwaite the Taylor who lives in Mastle Court Bowstreet has a bill on me drawn by Mr Blackett in Febry last which he has never sent for paym[en]t expecting I believe that I will remit him the money, I desire you will make it in your Way to call on him, & put him in some way of getting his Money without Expence if you can, for I can’t get a bill as yet to send you to pay him, but if he will send down the bill to any Friend here it will be paid at Sight, as I wrote him some time agoe, I am etc JR 

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