Letters – Joseph Richmond to John Cross – 11 Jun 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Jun 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Cross
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr John Cross at Mr Saml Bollard in Leeds		Newcastle 11th June 1731 


Being lately in Comp[an]y with Mr Mich Dawson, he told me that when at Leeds you mentioned to him your Note for Seven Pounds, & asked him if he knew whether I had rec'd the Contents, & laid hope you had entertaind a better Opinion of me than to think I would acquaint Mr Dawson or any other with that Note, but imagining from your asking him that Question, that you may have sent me a bill on some person here for the value, this Serves to let you know that if you sent any such bill it never came to my hand, I am in hope of seeing Mr Blackett shortly at Newcastle, where your Compy would be a very great pleasure to him who is assuredly &c     J.R.

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