Letters – Joseph Richmond to William Armour – 5 Dec 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 5 Dec 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: William Armour
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Wm Armour			Newcastle  5th Decembr 1732

Sr, I am favoured with yours of the 29th past, I desire you'l get me a particular accot of the whole charge attending the Division, that I may see how Mr Blacketts proprtion of the £20.13s.10d anses [answers], wch he will expect from me, I shall then return you the money, or you may draw on me for it, & also for the £18 you have been so kind as pay for the March <Stores>, Mr Blackett & his Lady are both well, she has reced great benefitt by the Waters, & they also returned to London w[h]ere you may direct him, as below, I am etc.  J.R.

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