Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 26 Jan 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 26 Jan 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton						Newcastle 26th Jany 1732

D[ea]r Sir         

      Last week I reced the Seventy guin[ea]s of Mr Richardson, & not being able to procure a bill for that sum, I am obliged to give you the trouble of the Inclosed bill for one hundred & fifty pounds which I hope will be punctually paid, if not pray return it, I have vent[u]red upon the Credit thereof to draw on you this day for fifty pounds payable to Gilfrid Lawson Esq. or order twenty five days after date, to which I desire you will due honour, the Remainder being £26.10s.0d I will draw on you for when you advise me the Bill is paid, of which please to own the Receipt. 

      Mr Mills shewd me your Lre inclosing a Writt against Nicholson, whom he has <served>, & recovered the debt charges, I delivered him your note, & the money is now in his hand, As to Mr Ward & Mr Jno Brown I here nothing from them yet to the purpose, but I will send to them to morrow to know if they have any money to return you. The Boundary bill is yet at Newcastle, but is determined to sett forwards on Sunday as Mr Clarke tells me this morning, I believe Indeed this Sundays or Tuesdays Post, will certainly bring it you.

      I am etc J R

Sir  Pray at 10 days sight be pleas’d to pay to Mr Henry Coulson, or order the sum of one hundred & fifty pounds / like value rece’d as p[e]r advise from your humble Servant Edwd. Carlile				   £150.0s.0d   

To Mr Jonathon Dawson at the Office of Ordnance in the Tower London


Endorsed < .> Coulson <J> Richmond

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