Letters – Joseph Richmond to Joseph Peart – 8 Sep 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 8 Sep 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Joseph Peart
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Peart							Newcastle 8th September 1732

I am to desire of you to hasten the Oar from the <Partn[er]s[hi]p>  Mines as fast as it can ever be got washed, & to take care all hands that be kept at work, w[hi]ch I apprehend Mr Bacon will Endeavour to prevent this Year, in order to save in his proportion of the fine, this is to yourself,  therefore you take any measures you shall judge for Mr Blacketts intrest herein, & if you think pressing a pay, will be of any use, you are at Liberty to fix it when you think best, without any further reckons, All matters are concluded w[i]th the Bp [Bishop], & J[oh]n Armstrong & you are Attorneys to give possession of all the Mines & Lands, w[hi]ch must be done in accustomed form 	I am etc   J.R.

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