Letter – Joseph Richmond to John Fenwick – 14 Nov 1760

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Nov 1760
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: John Fenwick
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To John Fenwick Esq in Roberts Place Near Bootham Barr York            Newc 14th November 1760

Sir You receive inclosed my bill on Messrs Plumbe and Browne for £42.10.0 at 15 days to discharge the ½  yrs intrt on Sir Wr Blacketts bond due the 12th inst at 4 ¼ p cent agreeable to Sir Wr’s letter to you dated 22nd Dec last. I desire you will advise the receipt of the bill by the return of the post and mention that it is in full for the above ½ yrs intrt I am etc JR

Newcastle 14th Nov 1760 £42.10.0

Sirs 	Fifteen days after date pay Mr Fenwick Esq the sum of Forty Two pounds ten shillings value recd and place the same to acct as advised by Sirs Your most hmble svt Jos Richmond

To Messrs Plumbe and Brown Goldsmiths in Foster Lane London

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