Letters – Joseph Richmond to William Pealing – 11 Jul 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Jul 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: William Pealing
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Pealing Merch[an]t in Cecil Street in the Strand London	       Newcastle 11 July 1732


Your Bill on Mr Blackett for £80 is paid, and you may draw for the Remainder of your Note when you please, making allowance for the 21 Bottles that were short sent, w[hi]ch Mr Blackett expects, as he had not yet the Wine, Mr Long writes that he desired to be present at the packing it up, be he had no notice given him as desired, upon the whole, it is hard for Mr Blackett to pay for what he never had sent to him, for you may depend on it all came safe that was sent, and the where actually was the above Difficiency, you will therefore use Mr B herein as you expect more of his custome, the 21 bottles proposed to the whole Quantity will amount to £3.13.6.  I am etc J.R.

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