Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 24 Jul 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 24 Jul 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton                                        24 July 1733

Inclosed is a bill on Mr Danl Frederick Colb for £247 which I promised Cornthwaite the Taylor to < reay> to answer Mr Blacketts bill on me for like value, I desired him to waite upon you Imediately, & if he like this bill which is at the least date I can procure Exchange it with him for Mr Blacketts bill on me <….> by him, & send it me p[er] return of the Post, if he is not willing to take the Inclosed pray return it to yours etc         JR

                                                           Newcastle July 24  1733

Att Two Usances pray pay by this my sole bill of Exchange unto Mr Jos Richmond or order the sum of Two hundred & forty seven pound value in Lead of the Ex[ecu]tors of Sr. Wm. Blackett & place it to the Acco[un]t of the directors of the F: J Comp[ani]e as p[er] advise from your most humble servant     Pre. Bernerdeau 

To Mr Daniell Frederick Colb in   London

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