Letters – Joseph Richmond to John Bacon – 23 Apr 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 23 Apr 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Bacon
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Jno. Bacon Esqr.                              Newcastle 23rd April 1731


      I have reced the favour of your Lre of the 14th inst. with a Bill on Mr Bland for fifty nine pounds 13s. 6d, which is paid & placed to your acco[un]t I have heard nothing further from Mr Isaacson about Pikestone, but Mr Millet who I apprehend is to be concerned in the Tack, if it is let, has been enquiring ab[ou]t that grove, & seems very desirous to know what terms will be acceptable, I expect Mr Blackett in the Country in a little time till which shall respite any further treaty with them on this affair   I am                                JR

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