Letter – Joseph Richmond to John Fenwick – 11 Nov 1761

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Nov 1761
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To John Fenwick Esqr. in Roberts Plce

without Bootham Barr York                                             Newcastle 11 November 1761

Sir     You receive herewith inclosed a bill on Messrs Plumb & Browne for £45 payable 15 days after date to pay the  ½ years int[e]r[es]t of £2000 due f[ro]m Sir Wr Blackett this day wch I desire you will advise the rec[eip]t of by the return of the post.

I wrote you before that I desired to <becaused> drawing in the form you sent me, as the affair between Sir Wr & you has nothing to do with the Kings Money & your Endorsement of the bill will answer your purpose full as well. The collectors of the sev[era]l branches of the Revenue here who take my bills never require any such thing of me. Sir Wr is in London, when he comes into the Country I will get some franks & send you I am etc    JR        

Sirs                     Newcastle 11th November 1761 £45.0.0

Fifteen days after date pay Mr. John Fenwick or order, the sum of forty five pounds value rec[iev]ed & place the same to acco[un]t as advised by Sirs      Your mo[st] hble serv[an]t

                                                                                           Jos Richmond

To Messrs Plumb & Browne Goldsmiths in Foster Lane London

11 November 1761  Advised Plumb & Browne of the above dra[f]t on them for £45. JR

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