Letters – Joseph Richmond to Mrs Blacke – 3 Dec 1733

Document Type: Letters
Date: 3 Dec 1733
Correspondent: Joseph Richmond
Recipient: Mrs Blacke
Archive Source: NRO 673 2
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To Mrs Blacke in great Russell Street near Bloomsbury London       Newcastle 3 Xber 1733


I have this day ship’d by Mrs Blackett’s directions in the Constant [missing word] of this Place David Ramsey Ma[ste]r in a Box directed for you containing a screen which Mrs Blackett will in a Post or two desire the favour of [missing word] to get fitted up for her in the same ship comes by her directions, <addressed> for you one Pott of Wild Fowl & one of Lobster, the ship being <ready> to sail please to order the thing’s to be called for on her arrival <in> the River, I am Madam  yours etc      JR

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