Letter – Joseph Richmond to William Darwin – 19 Jul 1760

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Jul 1760
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: William Darwin
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Mr Alvey Darwin Grays Inn London                                                         Newc 19th July 1760


Inclosed is my bill on Messrs Plumbe and Browne for £200 wch I desire you will place to Sir Wr Blacketts acct and advise me on your receipt hereof. On the 11th inst I drew a bill on you for £7.6.0 payable to Mrs Esther Allgood or order at 10 days date wch is placed to your acct. I recd last post a copy of the special jury wch I have sent to Sir Wr at Wallington, who got well hither on Monday morning 

PS The £70 of West Kenton money in my hands I want to be clear of and therefore hope Mr. Thomas will call on Mr Beaumont to pay the remaining £130 before next term that the affair may be settled and my recognizance discharged -- if not you'l advise me what method to use to get it done Iam etc JR 

Newcastle 19th July 1760 £200 


Twenty days after date pay Mr William Alvey Darwin or order £200 value received and place the same to acct as advised by Sirs Yo mo humble servt Jos Richmond 

To Messrs Plumbe and Browne Goldsmiths in Foster Lane London

19th July 1760 Advised Messrs Plumbe and Brown of the foregoing draft on them for £200 payable to Mr Alvey Darwin or order 20 days after date JR

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