Letter – Henry Richmond to William Robson – 24 Mar 1762

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Mar 1762
Correspondent: Henry Richmond
Recipient: William Robson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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William Robson at Wallington                                                             Newcastle 24th March 1762


I received a letter last night from Sir Walter in which he bids me send to <London> the Box of dressing plate which came from Wallington. I have enquired <torn> Jenny Gray; but she does not know any thing of such a Box, so tha<torn> must have it still at Wallington I suppose. And therefore des<torn> it may be sent hither tomorrow in the Cart which Robin tells me expects will come for some trees. I desire I may have it tomorrow. I have something else to send with it and must have it Time enough to get a Box made that will hold the whole before the Carrier goes. I am &c  HR

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