Letters – Joseph Richmond to Joseph Harrison – 5 Oct 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 5 Oct 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Joseph Harrison
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mr Jos: Harrison                Newcastle 5th Octobr 1733

at the Rt. Hon[our]able the Countess Dowager of Winchelseas, in Queens Square London

Sir     Inclos’d is a bill for Twenty Pounds which I am ordered to return you by Mr Cha[rle]s Smithson of Blannerhassett, I desire you’l advise upon the Receipt hereof & direct for me in Newcastle upon Tyne, Pray omit not to write by the Return of the Post that I may be assured the Bill comes safe, otherwise shall stop payment, I am etc                  J: Richmond

                                               Newcastle October 5th 1733                                               £20. 0. 0

Sir      Twenty days after date pay to Mr Jos: Richmond; or order the sum of Twenty pounds Vall[ue] Received & place it to Account, as advis’d by self & Company.   Wm. Teasdale

To Mr Chris[tophe]r Newdigate Cheasmonger in Thames street at London

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