Letters – Lancelot Allgood to Anne Featherston – 24 Mar 1732

Document Type: Letters
Date: 24 Mar 1732
Correspondent: Lancelot Allgood
Recipient: Anne Featherston
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mrs Featherston at		Newcatle 24th March 1731/2


The repeated Solicitations made you by Mr Allgood for paymt  of your Ballance togeather with what is due from you to the severall persons imployed ab[ou]t the Lead Mills in Featherstons time, having had no Affect, we hereby desire you will to the are that the same be Imediatly paid, or sufficient security given, for the same, if you fail herein weshall be oblig'd to exhibit a bill against you to compell the paym[en]t thereof, we desire your Imediate Answer to Mr Jos[eph] Richmond that we may know what you propose in the Affair, We are etc  Lan[celot] Allgood, Cha[rles] Clark

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