Letters – Joseph Richmond to William Pealing – 9 May 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 9 May 1732
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: William Pealing
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Wm Pealing, Mercht in Cecil Street in the Strand	Newcastle 9th May 1732


On unpacking the wine we find 17 Bottles Burgundy & 4 bottles 1 pint of Champain wanting of your accot & also of Robt  Longs accot who attending the bottling it, The mistake has most likely been committed by your Cooper or Servants unpacking, for its obvious no package had been opened in the passage or whilst in the Officers Custody, The Defficiency must be proportioned & deducted from your bills, after w[hi]ch you may draw on Mr Blacket at 30 days date, but if you cant meet with a Conveniency of drawing to your Satisfaction I will send you a Bill as soon as I possibly can, tho I prefer your Drawing.  I am etc  J.R. 

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