Letters – Mary Smith to John Ord – 9 Jun 1722

Document Type: Letters
Date: 9 Jun 1722
Correspondent: Mary Smith
Recipient: John Ord
Archive Source: NRO 324/W3/18/1
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      That their may be no misunderstandings this comes to acquaint you that I accept no notice for the payments of Sr Wiliam Blackets mony under six months nothing less is reasonable now shall I accept it

      Yet to make you easy if you will pay <ten .. ..> till the 15th of Decembr I will take the lesser mortgage at lammas receiving £1090 at London the remainder hear if you like this proposal pleas to let me hear from you that I may order my affairs accordingly for tis eaquall to me whether tis accepted or not I am

      You humble servant Mary Smith

<9..> June 22
Exact date unclear – possibly 9th. Assumed to be to Ord given its inclusion in this collection

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