Letters – Joseph Richmond to Cook & Abell – 12 Jun 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 12 Jun 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Cook & Abell
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Sirs To Messrs Cook & Abell                                    Newcastle 12 June

      I am sorry the last parcel of Silver does not prove clean, rather than you shall suffer By it, am willing to make you allowance for the dirt in it, being sure you will desire none but what is reasonable.

      I am obliged this day to draw on you for one hundred forty nine pounds 17. 6d payable to Chas Joye Esqr., or order forty days after date, of which I desire your acceptance, I own it too quick up on you, but hope you’l secure it, 

      I am                yours etc    JR       

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