Letters – Joseph Richmond to Cook & Abell – 12 Sep 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 12 Sep 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Cook & Abell
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Messrs Cook & Abell in Forster Lane		Newcastle 12th Septembr 1732


On Saturday last I sent you by Crabtree the Carrier one piece of fine Silver g. 638 ½ oz wch  I have debited you for at 5s.9d & desire you will acknowledge the Receipt of it. I have this day drawn on you for one hundred and ten pounds payble to <Gilfrid> Lawson Esqr, or order in three Bills as follows		

at 35 days date for	£40.0.0

at 30               £40.0.0

at 30               £30.0.0


to w[hi]ch I desire you will give due honour, & I hope it will not be disagreeable to you if I make a further Draught for £200 about the latter end of the month, wch I believe shall be obliged to do. 

I am etc   J.R.

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