Letters – Joseph Richmond to Mr Baker – 18 Feb 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 18 Feb 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Mr Baker
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Mr Baker				Newcastle 18th Febr[uar]y 1731/2

I send you inclosed copy of Fenw[ic]k Bowmans Affid[avi]t about the Bull Calf, together w[i]th an acco[un]t of what money was due last Michas for Longwitton quit Rent, Pray communicate the same by the Post to Mr Airey, & w[i]th my Service tell him I desire he'll give you orders in two or three Posts to settle the acco[un]t, Or to give me his Reasons to the contrary, that I may have a Direct answ[e]r to give Mr Blackett herein, the Bearer will show you the Origin[a]l Affidav[i][t w[hi]ch you may Compare w[i]th the Copy sent you by  Sir yrs &c  J.R.

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