Letter – Joseph Richmond to Richard Wilson – 7 Dec 1759

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Dec 1759
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Richard Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Richd Wilson Esq at Leeds 				Newc 7th Dec 1759


You herewith receive Joseph Willm King's bond for three hundred pounds asgreable to your directions, wch I desire you will please to advise me on your receipt of   You also receive inclosed an acct how I have settled with Messrs Kings for their last Mayday rent and how your bill on Mr Thos Wilson &c for £21 13.2 has been apply'd wch please to return me signed and if you require it I will send you a duplicate ------  Mr King says he does not want any more quicksat present.  I have spoke to Mr Swinburne, who says he will let you know what q[uanti]ty he will want he says it will be about 50   I am &c   JR

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