Letters – Joseph Richmond to D Middleton – 30 Sep 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 30 Sep 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: D Middleton
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr D Middleton at Mr Lesquires in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire	

      Newcastle 30 Septr 1731

By Mr Blacketts Directions I send you the above Bill for two Hundred & Seventy pods wch will be punctually paid when due, please to Acknowledge the Receipt hereof to, Yours etc J.R.

				Newcastle Septr 28th 1731				£270.0.0

Forty days after date to Mr Jos: Richmond or order Two Hundred & seventy pounds Value reced & place into Accot as by advise from	Sr Your most Humble Servt     Henry Coulson

To James Creed Esq Mercht in London

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