Letters – Joseph Richmond to George Edwards – 23 Oct 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 23 Oct 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: George Edwards
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Geo: Edwards				Newcastle 23rd Octr 1732

I have orders to acquaint you that as you have not performed your <repeated> promisses of paying your Ballance for the Hill Bark before <then>, nor even thought fitt to let Mr Blackett have equall <A..ge> wth other People wch he might have expected from you, If you do not take care to discharge the Debt or put it in some satisfactory way of payment in 14 days from the date you must expect to meet with some speedy trouble, for no more <amusements> will have any place, I therefore hope to receive from you full satisfaction herein in the time proposed, if not you can blame non but yourself for the Consequence. I am Yours etc  J.R.

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