Letters – Joseph Richmond to Henry Ternegan – 11 Aug 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 11 Aug 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Henry Ternegan
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Henry Ternegan Esqr                                        Newcastle Aug[us]t 11th 1733


I have used my best Endeavours since I rece[ive]d yours of the 28 past, to procure you a good bill to the value of Mr Blacketts Note in your hand, but not being able to get such a bill without pay[in]g 20 prem[iu]m I have this day sent you £100 by the Carrier, & Inclose you his note for it the money will be paid to your order on the 25 inst[ant] at the White Horse in Cripplegate, therefore desire on Receipt of this you will send me Mr Blacketts note endorsed By you, I am  etc           JR

Rece[ive]d of Wr. Blackett Esq at the hands of Mr Richmond the sum of One hundred Pounds which I hereby promise & oblige myself to deliver on the 25th of this ist[ant] to Henry Jornegan Esqr. Banker in London, on his paying me ten shillings for the Carriage & delivering me up this note, As Witness my hand the 11 day of Aug[us]t 1733                          Geo: Crabtree

<Test[ifie]d> Henry Allison

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