Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 2 Nov 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 2 Nov 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton in Grays Inn No.8	Newcastle 2nd Novr 1731


I am very glad to hear f[ro]m Mr Allgood that you have got well to Grays Inn, I send you Inclos'd a bill on Mr Robt Hodgson & Co for One hundred pods to Answr Mrs Blacketts Annuity due 11 next Month, I desire you please to deliver it her, & take a proper Receipt of her, mentioning to be  reced of the Extors by my hands & that you'l send the same pr first opportunity, wth wt materiall news offers to  Sr Yours etc J.R.

Newcastle Octobr 22nd 1731			£100.0.0

Sr, Twenty days after date pay to Mr Jos: Richmond or order One Hundred pounds Value reced & place it to Accot as by Advice from 			Your most humble Servt  H.Reay

To Messr Robt Hodgson & Co, near Fishmongers Hall London

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