Letters – Joseph Richmond to Isaac Hunter – 26 May 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 26 May 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Isaac Hunter
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Hunter 					Newcastle 26 May 1732


If Mrs Featherston is well recovered, I desire you will seal & deliver her the Inclos'd, if not pray respite the delivery of it till a more proper Oppertunity, I send you also inclos'd your own  acco[un]t from the beginning w[hi]ch I desire you will look into & carefully examine against you come in for the money, in order that if any mistake appear it may be rectifyed, the due paper comes to abo[u]t £4000, but you will observe that £3673.11.9 must make a clear pay, so that there must certainly be some mistake in the Reckonings, I expect you in on Saturday evening the 11 of June, take Mr Allgoods directions whether, and w[h]ere he would have you stop to dine on Tuesday and what Company he would have you summons to guard the Cash, w[hi]ch 2 pack Horses will be sufficient to carry, I think this is all the offers, save that I am assured by Mrs H.    J.R.

P.S. Pray bring w[i]th you the inclos'd acco[un]t w[i]th your observations upon it.

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