Letters – Joseph Richmond to Cook & Abell – 29 Jan 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 29 Jan 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Cook & Abell
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Messrs Cook & Abell                                    Newcastle the 29th Janry 1732/3


I have ventured  to draw upon you this day for two hundred pounds payable to W[alte]r Blackett Esqr. or order 25 days after date to which I request you will give due honour & place it to Acco[un]t with Sir Wm. Blacketts Ex[ecu]tors; I doubt you will think I am a little too quick upon you; but hope you will excuse it when I tell you that as Mr Blackett being in Town obliges me to be so, I will endeavour to make you all the amends I can when he is in the Country, being desirous on all Occasions to approve my self.

                                                                                Sirs Y[ou]rs etc  JR

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