Letter – Joseph Richmond to Richard Wilson – 11 Dec 1761

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Dec 1761
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Richard Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Richd. Wilson Esq at Leeds                            Newcastle 11th December 1761

Sir         You receive herewith inclosed Mr Joseph Kings bill on Smith Wright & Gray for £286.17s.6d wch with the allowances made him is in full for his half years rent due May day last. I desire you will please to advise the receipt thereof & sign the duplicate of the inclosed acco[un]t as I have given Mr King a receipt for the rent. I have heard no more of Mr Gunn, but Mr King tells me he is making the conduct required I am etc  JR

£286.17.6                                                           Newcastle December 11th 1761

Twenty days after date pay to Richard Wilson Esq or order Two hundred & eighty six pounds seventeen shillings & six pence value received by  Advice Jos King

To Smith Wright & Gray Bankers in London

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