Letter – Joseph Richmond to Richard Wilson – 29 Dec 1759

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Dec 1759
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Richard Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Rich. Wilson Esq in Leeds						Newc 29 Dec 1759	


Inclosed is copy of an article for the quarry in Wm Kings farm wch Mr Thos Gunn agrees to, but it is understood by him and me as a proposal only for your approbation and liable to any objections you think proper to make; if you approve of it you will please to sign and return a counter pt either on a stamp or otherwise as you think proper .   You have below the price of Glass at this place and I think if comon glass may do very well, if it is got white and clear but the lowest price crown glass will look much better.    Inclosed is a Duplicate of my last acct.      I wish you and all your family many happy yrs & am  etc  JR

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