Letter – Joseph Richmond to Richard Wilson – 28 Nov 1760

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Nov 1760
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Richard Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Richard Wilson Esq in Leeds                                                               Newcastle 28th Nov 1760


Inclosed is the acct of West Kenton rent for the half year ended at May day last, with two bills for £281.17.6 the balance thereof which I desire you will please to advise the receipt of, and sign and return me the duplicate of the acct. the years intrst for the years £300 rent Mr King not being yet due, and it being too hasty to call yet for the quarry rent due Martins, they will come into the next acct I am etc JR 

[marginal note:] ps I find Mr King intends to apply to you to take his bills for the future payable in London, wch he says will be a convenience to him. I presume you have no objection to them without my Endorsement.

£48.5.0 Newcastle 24th Nov 1760

Thirty days after date pay to Joseph King Junr or order Forty Eigth pounds five shillings value Recd per advice from Ja King

To Fraser, Wharton and MollesonMchnts in London

No 7121  £233.12.6 Newcastle 25th Nov 1760

Twenty five days after date pay to the order of Mr Jos Richmond Two Hundred Thirty Three pounds twelve shillings and sixpence value received.

For Bell Cookson Airey and Self, Ralph Carr

To Messrs Vere Glyn and Halifax London 

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