Letters – Joseph Richmond to John Cross – 7 Apr 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 7 Apr 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Cross
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr J[oh]n Cross & Mr Sam[ue]l Pollard, Leeds		Newcastle 7th April 1732

Sir, I have shipp'd in the Good Intent of Hull : Hen: Etherington Ma[ste]r, four <Hampiers> of bottles agreable to your Order, the Invoice of w[hi]ch you have within, As you did not direct them to be sent to the Care of any person in Hull, the Mam of the Ship will take care of them till sent for, he telled me he will not abate of 2d a doz. For the freight, w[hi]ch must be paid him by the Person who has orders to call for the Bottles, I desire you acknowledge the Receipt to 

Bought of Messrs Dagnia & Williams for the use & by the Orders of Mr Cross

2 gr<oss>: long neck'd quart Bottles at 16s  £1.12.0

2 gr:      of Common quarts at 14s           £1.08.0

1 gr:      of Common pints at 11s            £0.06.0

	Ap[ri]l 7th 1731 pr J.R.

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