Letters – Joseph Richmond to John Clark – 21 Jul 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 21 Jul 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Clark
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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					Newcastle 21st July 1732

Sir, Inclosed is a <Cimps> note for twenty pounds, w[hi]ch I send you at the request of Mr Thoms Smithson for the use of his son Rog[e]r, & desire that you or he will advise me of the Receipt hereof by the Return of the Post, the Drawer is a good man, & I doubt not it's being punctually p[ai]d, be if it should not, return the Note to me, & Ile send you a Bill at sight in lieu thereof, I am etc J.R. 

to Mr Jno Clark bookseller at the <Noble> under the Royal Exchange.  

London June the 30th 1732

I promise to pay Mr Richd Charlton or order twenty pounds forty days after date for value, reced in Coals.  £20.0.0  Robert Jones his Marke

Endorsed Rich[ar]d Charlton, Cha[rles] Atkinson, Henri Reay

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