Letters – Joseph Richmond to Rudd – 21 Dec 1731

Document Type: Letters
Date: 21 Dec 1731
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Rudd
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Rudd				Decemr 21st 1731

You must keep the Oar that comes from Westgate Head new vein seperate by its self it being rich in Silver, & let the Lead be marked WB:1, pray let one know how much Wolfcleugh Oar you have had this Year, & if it was mixt with Westenhope, I am told Risby Oar holds abt 3gr[ains], therefore you may forbear mixing the Duty Oar, till I make a tryall of it wch I desire you will send me 2po[und]s to Mr Peart who will forward it to –		Yours etc  J.R.

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