Messrs Goslings Newcastle 22 April 1805
Bill No. 622 £375
Inclosed you have my Draft on Sir R. C. Glyn Bt & Co at Twenty Days dated this day for Three Hundred & Seventy five Pounds to pay One Quarter of a year’s Composition for the Tithe Ore of Weardale Leadmines due the 11th Inst from Col[onel] Beaumont to the Rev H. Hardinge.
Please to acknowledge the receipt of the Bill, & advise Mr Hardinge of the same.
I am Sir CB
April 29 1805. Drawn upon Sir R C Glyn Bt @ 35 D[ay]s dated this day in
Seven Bills -- £799. 12 .4 & Advised them CB
May 1 1805 Drawn on Sir R C Glyn Bt & Co @ 20 D[ay]s payable to Sir W[ilia]m Loraine Bt & Co for £797-4-6 & advised them CB
Messrs Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co Newcastle 6th May 1805
I have this [day] drawn 3 Bills upon you payable to Sir W[ilia]m Loraine & Co as under
1 at Sight £11,000-.-.
1 at 10 Days date £11,000-.-.
1 at 25 Days date £11,000-.-.
And I remit you enclosed 12 Bills value £15,912-15-9 as by Particulars annexed – the former sums you’ll please to the Debit & the latter to the Credi
Messrs Rundell Bridge & Co May 6th 1805
Ludgate Hill – London
Gent[lemen] I have this day forwarded you per the London Waggon a p[iece] fine Silver containing Fifteen Hundred & forty six Ounces, which I desire you will place to the Credit of Col[onel] Beaumont’s Acco[un]t with you at the Market Price advising me on your Receipt of the same. I am etc CB
Charles Bowns Esq Newcastle May 22nd 1804
Mr Blackett is this Day favoured with your Letter of the 20th Inst. & observes that you propose to meet the Committee of Surtees’s Burdon & Co on Monday the 28th Inst. Mr Clayton has been at his Country House for some Days, but is expected in Town Tomorrow when he will be desired to convene a Meeting of the forbearing Creditors for the Purpose you mention. Mr Blackett has at length obtained the Certificate of Assessment
Messrs Glyn, Mills, Hallifax & Co Newcastle 31st May 1805
I remit to you inclosed 5 Bills value £16,056-11-5 which you will be pleased to pass to the Credit of the Account of Tho[mas] R[ichar]d Beaumont Esq and advise the Receipt in Course of Post. Sir CB
P.S. On the 17th Jany last I sent Messrs Rundell & Co a p[iec]e of Silver w[eigh]t 1269 Oz the Value of which they were to pay into your House, but not having advised to have done so, I will thank y
Messrs Glyn, Mills & Co Newcastle 19 June 1805
You will receive inclosed 4 Bills value £5,991-2-1 which you’ll please to pass to the Credit Tho[ma]s R[ichar]d Beaumont Esq & advise the receipt in course to yours CB
Bills No 655 656 657 658
Messrs Drummond & Co Newcastle 19 June 1805
You will receive inclosed a of £231-5-. In payment of the ¼ a y[rear]]s Composition for L[ea]d Ore due to the Lord Bishop of Durham 26 Ulto from Th[oma]s R[ichar]d Beaumont Esq. You’ll please to advise the receipt to Sirs yrs etc CB
Bill No. 659
Messrs Rundell, Bridge & Co N[ew]Castle July 10th1805
Ludgate Hill, London
I have this day forwarded for you per the London Waggon a p[iec]e [of] fine Silver containing Sixteen Hundred & Twenty Six Ounces, which I desire you will place to the credit of Col Beaumont’s Account with you at the Market Price advising me on your receipt of the same. I have paid the Carriage of this p[iec]e here & remain.
Yours etc CB
Mem[orandum] NC July 22 1805
This day sent the last Letter Copy Book in a box per Jackson & Co s London Wagon directed ‘Rich[ar]d Wilson Esq, Lincoln’s Inn Fields <Vide> London’ which will arrive there in Nine or ten days.
Messrs Read Lucas & Co Newcastle 24 July 1805
On examining your Acc[oun]t with Mr Beaumont & find there is a small unsettled Balance the Amount of which I cannot exactly specify, as you have not stated the price at which you gave Credit for the Cake of Silver sent to you the 29 Aug. last, the weight of which was 1172 Oz. if you will oblige me with the particulars I will send your Acc[oun]t Current, & will thank you to settle it at your convenience
Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell N[ew]Castle 24 July 1805
I have rec[eive]d your favour of the 22 Inst advising the Cake of fine Silver sent you this month had come to hand, & I have debited your account £474.5..- for the Amount. Not having rec[eive]d from you any acc[oun]t of the Value of the 1546 Oz sent you the 6 May, nor of any payment being made to Glyn & Co for it. I shall be obliged by your favouring me with the particulars and will thank you if you wi
Messrs Glyn, Mills Hallifax & Co Newcastle 26 July 1805
I I remit you inclosed 4 Bills Value £6122-14-8 which you will please to pass to the account of Tho[mas] Rich[ar]d Beaumont Esq and advise the Receipt in Course of post. I will also be obliged to you if you will specify the dates and amount of the two last payments made to you by Messrs Rundell Bridge & Co for Silver sent therefrom hence I am Sirs CB
P.S. Since writing the above I have had oc
Messrs Rendell Bridge & Co Newcastle 3rd Augt 1805
I have this day forwarded for you a p[iec]e fine Silver containing 1466 Oz which I desire you will place to the Credit of Col Beaumont Acc[oun]t with you at the Market price, as usual, advising me of your receipt of the same – I have paid the Carriage here & remain your etc CB
Messrs Gosling N[ew]Castle 7 Aug 1805
You will receive inclosed Messrs Batson & Cos draft on <Down> Thornton & Co @ 40 Days P £375 to pay 1/4 aly Comp[ositio]n for the Tithe Ore of Weardale Leadmines due the 11 Ult from Col Beaumont to the Reverend Hardinger. Please to acknowledge the receipt of the bill & advise Mr Hardinger of the same.
I am etc CB
Bill No 672 £375
Messrs Drummond Newcastle Aug 7 1805
You will receive inclosed Messrs Batson & Co Draft on <Down Thornton & Co @ 40 D[ay]s P £231-5-. To pay ¼ of a y[ear]s Comp[osition] for the Lead Ore of Weardale Leadmines due 26th Inst from Col Beaumont to the Lord Bishop of Durham.
You’ll please to advise the Receipt to Gent[lemen] Yrs etc CB
Bill No 673 £231.5.-
Messrs Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co Newcastle 7th August 1805
Gents, I remit inclosed £6,449-1-3 which you will be pleased to place to the Credit of Col Beaumont’s Acct & advise the receipt in course of post Gents yrs CB
No 668 6 Oct 1,280- 0- 8
9 6 Nov 1,700- 0- 0
670 6 Dec 1,700- 0- 0
1 6 <…> 1,723-10- 1
4 1 Sept 45-10- 6
£6,449- 1- 3
Messrs Reed Lucas & Co Newcastle 27/Aug 1805
I send you annexed a State of your Account, the Balance of which being £7-12-5 you’ll please to remit at your convenience.
I am for TRB
Isaac Wilkinson Esq Chesterfield
In Compliance with your request I have sent you by the Gainbrough Packet Capt[ain] I Hanock 100 P[iece]s Slag Lead as by Bill of Parcels annexed. Our Terms of Credit is 6 Months, but if you wish to Remit by Bill on London at a Month you’ll please to deduct 3 Per cent Disc[ount].
I believe you have been misinformed as to a Sale of Lead here at £42. I don’t know of more than £40 having been given, and even at that price we have no buye
Messrs Rundell & Co Newcastle Sept 3 1805
Ludgate Hill London
I have this day forwarded you by the London Waggon a p[iece[ fine Silver containing Twelve Hundred and Eighty five Ounces which I desire you will place to the credit of Col Beaumont’s Account with you at the Market Price as usual advising me of your receipt of the same. I have paid the Carriage here & remain Gent. Etc CB
Isaac Wilkinson Esq Chesterfield Newcastle 11th Sept. 1805
I am favoured with your letter of the 6 Inst enclosing three Bills in payment of the 100 P[iece]s Slag Lead sent you & of the Parcel of Shot sent [to] W Hardy, the whole amounting to £255 – 7 – after the discount on each is deducted, you’ll please to accept my best thanks for the trouble you have had respecting the latter.
I have reason to believe that the London Houses are using their utmost effor
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Messrs Reads & Lucas Sheffield Newcastle Sept. 23rd 1805
My absence from hence for a Week past must plead my apology for not having in due course acknowledged the receipt of your letter of the 11 Inst, covering your D[ra]ft on Campbell & Co of £7 - -12 – 5 which balances your Acc[oun]t with W Beaumont.
In future I can have no objections to supplying you with part of the Silver produced from the WB Lead, if it should suit your Convenience to make payments
Messrs Reads & Lucas Sheffield Newcastle Nov 1 1805
I have this day sent you a p[iece] of fine Silver per the Leeds Waggon, containing Sixteen Hundred & Twenty Four ounces which I desire you will place to account with TR Beaumont Esq at the Market Price and advise me on your receipt of the same. I have p[ai]d for the Carr[iage] etc at this place. The Account of which you’ll please to pay into the hands of Sir R B Glyn Bt Mills & Co on Mr Beaumonts Account a