Letter – Joseph Richmond to William Darwin – 6 Nov 1761

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Nov 1761
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: William Darwin
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 1
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To Mr Wm. Alvey Darwin in Grays Inn London                           Newcastle 6th November 1761

Sir     You receive herewith inclosed Messrs Peareth & Sorsbie’s bill on Messrs Freeman & Stainbanks for £495 to pay Mr. Savages’s half years intrest due this day, wch I desire you will advise the receipt of & send me his receipt as soon as the money is paid. I hope this will find you got well to Town & shall be very glad to hear Sir Wr has got clear of the Gout, wch has been a severe fit. I wish it may be long before he has any return of it  I am etc JR    

Newcastle 25th September 1761     £495

Fifty days after date pay Mr Joseph Richmond or order four hundred ninety five pounds the value in acco[un]t with Sir Wr Blackett place the same to acco[un]t as by advice f[ro]m

                                                                                                               Peareth & Sorsbie

To Messrs Freeman & Stainbanks Merchants in London

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