Letters – Joseph Richmond to Matthew Van Ess – 11 Aug 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Aug 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Matthew Van Ess
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Mr Matt Van Ess                                            Newcastle the 11 Aug[us]t 1733 OS

Sr. I am surprised that you shoud misapprehend my Lre  of the 21st past which you seem to have done; if you look it overgain you will find that I told you, you might have 400 pieces of WB Refined Lead at £13,10s p[er] Fother, but that you must Commission Mr Ridley or some other Merch[an]t here both to buy & to ship for you, for that I could not for some Reasons serve you in that Capacity, I therefore return you the bill you enclosed me, & again desire you will please to address to Mr Ridley or some other Merch[an]t here for what Lead you want & they shall always be needfull  for your account by &c  JR        

                                          1733: 14: Aug: Amsterdam

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Voor Myn Gabast uleteale Jan do Heer Joss Richmond, Amsterdam den 14 Aug[us]t 1733

                                                                                                                       Matt: Van Es

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