Letters – Joseph Richmond to Rebecca Stainforth – 29 Jan 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 29 Jan 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Rebecca Stainforth
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Madm				January the 29th 1731/2

I have read your Lre of the 27th, w[i]th the Bill on Mr de Caux for £26.13s.4d returned for nonpaym[en]t & above you have a bill for the sum of twenty seven pounds two shillings & tenpence agreable to your desire, the Receipt of w[hi]ch I desire you will acknowledge by Return of the Post to Madm: Your most H[um]ble Serv[an]t: J.R. 

Mrs Stainforth in Petergate York.

Newcastle Jan[ua]ry 29th 1731 …£27.2s.10d

Twenty days after date pay to Mr Jos: Richmond or order Twenty seven pounds two shillings & tenpence, value reced & place it to Acco[un]t as by advise from 

	Your Mo<st etc> Af Broth[e]r   Jonathan Walker

To Mr Peter Walker at three Crain Wharf, Thames Street London 

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