Letters – Joseph Richmond to Robert Long – 29 Nov 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 29 Nov 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Robert Long
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Robt Long				Newcastle 29 Novm 1732

I have sent along wth Jeney the Laundry Maid in the George, Geo: Airey Ma[ste]r five <potts> of Wild <Fowl> for Mr Blackett, wch I desire you will lett be taken out of the hampier they are in, and put in the proper place, I have also this day put on board the Robt of Shields two <potts> of wild <Fowl> committed to your care, as above, wch pray enquire after, & if they come not all safe to your hand, let me know, Mr Airey will expect a Guinea at least for the Maids passage for She was 10 days on board him, in the River before he saild.  I am etc J.R.

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