Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 24 Jul 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 24 Jul 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Xpher Denton No.8 Grays Inn 	Newc 24 July 1731


Last post brot me yours of the 20th with Mr Allgoods bill to Wm Spark for £29.5.0 In return Whereof I send you Hen[ry] Coulsons bill on James Creed Esq for £36.15.0 wch will make good the above £29.5s.0d by sum of £7.10 due to you on Culcheths bill of £87.10.0. Have rec'd the Box with the Exemplifications of the will, & have s'd Mr Ridley & Mr Steel their Papers, I desire you'l own the Receipt hereof,  I am etc J.R.

Sr, 					Newcl July 24 1731				£36.15 

Fourteen days after date pay Mr Jos. Richmond or Order thirty six pounds fifteen shillings val reced & place to accot as advised by Sr Your mo: hble Servt Hen[ry] Coulson 

To James Creed Esq mt in Londn

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