Letters – Joseph Richmond to Christopher Denton – 31 Oct 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 31 Oct 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Christopher Denton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Denton,			Newcastle 31st Octobr 1732

Dr Srs, 

I Reced your Favour of the 19th & am glad to hear you got well to Town, I have been this morning wth Mr Clarke about the copy of the Bill, but Its not yet finished, I expect it will be ready to send away by next Tuesdays Post, As to the £10 in your Accot Mr Allgood & Mr Clarke  are not wiling to have any alteration made thereon, so that it must stand as it is, I have not yet heard from Mr Brown or Mr Ward & the time of payment of Thos Nickolsons money is not till the 11 next month, I send you Inclosed my Bill on Cook & abill [sic] for the sum of one hundred pounds payable to Mrs Isab: Blackett or Order, & desire you'l please to deliver it her, & take & send me her Receipt for her half Years Annuity due 11th next month, 

      I am etc J.Richmond

Newcastle 21st Octobr 1732

Sirs, Twenty five days after date pay Mrs Isab: Blackett or order the sum of one hundred

Pounds val[ue] reced & place the sum to accot wth  Sir Wm Blacketts Extors as advised by 

Sirs, Your most obedient Servt  J. Richmond

To Messrs Cook & Abell, Goldsmiths in Forster Lane, London 

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