Letters – Joseph Richmond to Francis Yarborough – 2 Nov 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 2 Nov 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Francis Yarborough
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To the Revd Mr Fra. Yarborough, Brasen nose Colledge Oxon	Newcastle 2d Novr 1731


Inclosed is a bill for the Sum of fifty pounds, wch I send you upon Accot, & by order, of Mr Lan: Allgood, I desire you'l please to own the Receipt of it, to 	Sr Yours etc J.R.

To Rev Mr Fra. Yarborough Brazen nose Colledge Oxon		Newcastle 2d Novr 1731

Sr, Twenty four Days after date Pay to Mr Jos: Richmond or Order the Sum of fifty pounds Value reced and place it to Accot  to self & Co		Wm Teasdale

To Mr Christopher Newdigate Cheasmonger in Thamesstreet London
Yarborough was Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford between 1745 and 1770

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