Letters – Joseph Richmond to Martin – 14 May 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 14 May 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Martin
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr. Martin                         Newcastle   14 May 1731


I am Deb[to]r to the Favour of yours of the 13 Feb[ruar]y, for which with your former Favours you have my hearty thanks, my not being able of late to meet with a ship directly bound for your Port, has been the Reason I have not made my proper acknowledgem[en]ts, you’l please to accept, the inclosed in part thereof, for I still esteem my self your Deb[to]r for the trouble I give you, I am now to request a Line from you with all Expeditian acquainting me with the Currant price at your Markett, whether you have any large Quantities in hand & if you conveniently can to signifie the Quantities exported to France & Holland since Xmas last   I am  yours etc    JR 

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