Letters – Joseph Richmond to Charles Joy – 5 Oct 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 5 Oct 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Charles Joy
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Cha: Joy Esqr.                             Newcastle 5th October 1733

Sir     Inclos’d are two Bills of Exchange for the sums of Four hundred thirty two Pounds ten shillings being the arrears of Inttrest due the 14 Jan[ua]ry last, I desire you will please to place the same to the Credit of the late Sir Wm. Blackett’s Ex[ecu]tors, & advise me on the Receipt hereof, who am Sr.    yours etc                   J: R           

                                                    Newcastle October 4th 1733

All two Usances pray pay by this my sole bill of Exch[ang]e unto Mr Joseph Richmond or order the sum of Three hundred, forty nine pounds, two shillings & three pence value in Lead of the Ex[ecu]tors of Sr. Wm. Blackett, & place it to the acc[un]t of Mr J, B, B of Rouen, as p[er] advise from your most humble Servant Pre. Bernardau

Messrs Pre. & J.C. Simond Bro[ther]s Merchants in London

                                                  Newcastle 5th October 1733

Sirs   Thirty Days after date pay Cha: Joy, or order the sum of eighty three Pounds seven shillings, & nine pence, Value received & place the same to acco[un]t as advis’d by                                               Sirs your most humble servant J: Richmond                                          

To Messrs Cook & Abell Goldsmiths in Forster Lane London

Oct 7th 5. Clocks H: A            

October 7th- put onto the Post Office this Lre  & Bill for Mr Joy

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