Letters – Joseph Richmond to Robert Long – 19 Sep 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 19 Sep 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Robert Long
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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Mr Rob Long


Agreeable to Mr Blacketts directions I send you the above bill on Mr James Creed for one hundred pounds, wch you are desir'd to deliver to Mr Corbridge, taking his receipt for the same, desire him to give you a bill of what Mr Blackett owes him, & send it with his receipt by the Return of the Post to your <..> or Your hble Servant  J.R.		Sept 19 1731

To Mr Rob Long in John Street Golden Square

					Newcastle 7ber [September] 18 1731	£100

Sr, Thirty days after date pay Mr Jos Richmond or order One hundred pounds Value receiv'd & place it to accot as by Advice frm 	Your mo hble Servt  Hen[ry] Coulson

To Mr James Creed mt in Londn

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