Letters – Joseph Richmond to Gilfrid Lawson – 30 Apr 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 30 Apr 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Gilfrid Lawson
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To <Gilfur> Lawson Esqr.                                   Newcastle April 30th 1731

Hon[ou]rd Sir,  

Inclosed are two bills for the sum of sixty two pounds, which my Bro[the]r Thompson has desired me to remit you on Mr Thos. Lawsons acco[un]t, The Gentlemen they are drawn on will be found upon the Exchange, I desire you’l please to order me advice upon the Receipt hereof         I am   Sr. yours etc       J:Richmond  

Corn & Crook on Mr Fra. Winante M[erchan]t 

  in Londn dated 29 Apl at 30 days           £45.11. 1

Fenwick & Waters on Mr Jn. Ludolph Spellberg 

  dated 30 April at sight                     16. 8.11


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