Letters – Joseph Richmond to Charles Joy – 30 Aug 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 30 Aug 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Charles Joy
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Chas Joye Esqr at St Thomas’s hospital Southwark            Newcastle 30th Aug. 1733


I own I have fallen short of performing my Promise with you, & therefore dare not make a fresh one for fear of meeting with a fresh Disappointment. I am making all the Provision I can to satisfie your Demand, & hope to do it in such time as you will have no great Reason to complain of, I propose to Remit you the £432. 10s due 14 Jan[ua]ry in 5 weeks, & the last half years interest about the middle of November, & shall with much pleasure do it sooner if I possibly can, who am we with great esteem 

      Sir your most humble servant  Jos: Richmond

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