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Letter – Christopher Blackett to Goslings & Sharp – 7 Aug 1805

Messrs Gosling N[ew]Castle 7 Aug 1805 Bankers London Gent 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

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Messrs Drummond – 7 Aug 1805

Messrs Drummond Newcastle Aug 7 1805 Bankers London Gent[lemen] 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.-

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Glyn & Co – 7 Aug 1805

Messrs Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co Newcastle 7th August 1805 Bankers, London 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 Bills 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

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Messrs Reed Lucas & Co – 27 Aug 1805

Messrs Reed Lucas & Co Newcastle 27/Aug 1805 Sheffield Gent[lemen] 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 CB

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Isaac Wilkinson – 3 Sep 1805

Isaac Wilkinson Esq Chesterfield Sir 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

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 3 Sep 1805

Messrs Rundell & Co Newcastle Sept 3 1805 Ludgate Hill London Gent[lemen] 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

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Isaac Wilkinson – 11 Sep 1805

Isaac Wilkinson Esq Chesterfield Newcastle 11th Sept. 1805 Sir 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

Report – John Colpoys – 15 Sep 1805

This is a marker only for an extensive report, too long for inclusion in the database, which is available to download by following the TNA ADM document reference link above.

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Read, Lucas & Read – 23 Sep 1805

Messrs Reads & Lucas Sheffield Newcastle Sept. 23rd 1805 Gent[s] 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

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Read, Lucas & Read – 1 Nov 1805

Messrs Reads & Lucas Sheffield Newcastle Nov 1 1805 Gent[lemen] 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

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Glyn & Co – 9 Nov 1805

Messrs Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co Newcastle November 9th 1805 Bankers London Gent[lemen] You’ll receive inclosed 9 Bills Value £8,307-13-6 which you’ll please to pass to the Credit of TR Beaumont Esq and advise the Receipt in course of post to Sirs etc CB Bills No 696 to 704 Incl £8,307-3-6

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Goslings & Sharp – 27 Nov 1805

Messrs Gosling Bankers London Newcastle 27 Nov 1805 Gent[lemen] I remit you inclosed a Bill at Sight on <seen> of the Sum of £375 due to the Rev H Hardinge Rector of Stanhope 11th Oct last from TR Beaumont Esq for whom I am Sirs Etc CB Please to advise the Receipt a Cr<…..>of Port Bill No 707 £375

Letter – Surtees Burdon & Brandling to Christopher Blackett – 13 Dec 1805

Chrisr. Blackett Esqr. Newcastle 13th. Decr. 1805 Sir The Committee met this day to decide on your proposition respecting security to a certain extent to Col. Beaumont out of Mr. Burdon’s private Effects – They conceived it to be their duty, notwithstanding their sincere desire to promote any wish of Col. Beaumont’s to refuse their assent to the proposition in the shape of a measure confined solely to Col. Beaumont’s Debt. ‘tho they think that a scheme of a general nature

Will – Mary Hunter – 31 Dec 1805

I Mary Hunter of Hexham in the County of Northumberland Widow do make publish and declare this my last Will and Testament in Manner following, that is to say First I will and order that all my just Debts and Funeral Expences shall be paid and discharged by my Executrix hereafter named as soon as conveniently may be after my Decease And I give and bequeath all my goods Chattels and Personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what Nature Quality or Kind soever to my Niece Frances Scott Daugh

Notice – Surtees, Burdon & Brandling – 2 Jan 1806

January 2nd. 1806 Mess. S. B. & B. & Mess. S. B. B. & E of Berwick are sensible of the great confidence given by the Crs. To their efforts under the direction of their Committee to liquidate their very extensive and complicated concerns and can with great truth and satisfaction assure them that much benefit and security will be found to have arisen from the forbearance already shown – The Concerns being now relieved from a great proportion of the Material incumbrances an

Will – Robert Mulcaster – 10 Jan 1806

I Robert Mulcaster of Blaydon in the Parish of Ryton and County of Durham Refiner of Lead being in good Health and of sound and disposing Mind and Memory, bless God for the same, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in Manner and form following – My soul I recommend into the hands of the merciful Creator and order my Body to be buried at the descretion of my dearly beloved Wife Ann Mulcaster who I nominate and appoint sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and unt

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Glyn & Co – 18 Jan 1806

Sir R C Glyn Bt & Co London Newcastle 18 January 1806 Gent[lemen] I have this day drawn upon you on Mr Beaumonts Account as below which you will be pleased to honour & oblige. Yours etc CB At 20 Days date Payable to Mr W[ilia]m Mountain 47– 1– 6 20 ditto Messrs Gosling 375- - 422– 1– 6

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Goslings & Sharp – 18 Jan 1806

Messrs Gosling Bankers London Newcastle 18 Jan[uar]y 1806 I remit you inclosed a Bill on Sir R C Glyn Bt & Co at 20 Days date for £375. To pay ¼ y[earl]y Comp[osition] for Tithe Ore of Weardale Mines due to Rev[eren]d H Hardinge the 11 Inst. Please to advise Receipt of the Bills 7 oblige Yours etc CB

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Glyn & Co – 25 Jan 1806

Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co 25 Jan[uar]y 1806 You will Receive inclosed 11 Bills amounting to £68,363 . 8 . 11 which you will be pleased to pass to the credit of TR Beaumont Esq & advise the receipt to me in course of Post. The part[icula]rs of the Bills is specified at foot

Report – James Mulcaster – 27 Jan 1806

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Letter – Christopher Blackett to Read, Lucas & Read – 15 Feb 1806

Messrs Read Lucas & Read Sheffield Newcastle Feb[ruar]y 1806 Gent[lemen] On the 20th Ulto I forwarded you per the Leeds Waggon a p[iec]e of fine Silver containing 1353 Ounces of which I before advised you. Please to place the above to the Debit of your Acc[ount] with Tho[mas] R[ichar]d Beaumont Esq at the Market Price & Remit the amount to me advising the price you allow at the same time. Yours etc CB I find it will save trouble to have your remittances made to me here

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Messrs Sykes Milnes & Co – 27 Feb 1806

Messrs Sykes, Milnes & Co Newcastle 27th Feby 1806 Ashover near Chesterfield Gent[leme]n In reply to your favour of the 24th Inst I have to inform you that very little Lead has been sold here since the great Sales made in October last by the Lead Company & W Beaumont at £38 & £39 Six Months credit. We attempted afterwards to get an advance of £1 per Fo[dder], but it has only been obtained for very small parcels, and there is now scarce demand. I don’t thin

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Rundell, Bridge & Rundell – 5 Mar 1806

Messrs Rundell & Bridge London Newcastle 5thMarch 1806 Gent. I have this day forwarded for you a p[iec]e of fine Silver containing 1533 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 on your receipt of the same. I have paid for the Carr[iage] here & am etc CB P.S. You will please to advise also the Sum you will have to pay to Messrs Glyn & Co in the usual course & the price you va

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Read, Lucas & Read – 5 Mar 1806

Messrs Reads & Lucas Sheffield Newcastle 5 Mar 1806 Gent. I have rec[eive]d your favour of the 3rd Inst covering 5 Bills Value £415-10-4 which sum is placed to the Credit of your Account with T.R. Beaumont Esq for whom I am etc CB

Letter – Christopher Blackett to Messrs Drummond – 5 Mar 1806

Messrs Drummond Bankers London Newcastle 7th March 1806 Gent You will receive inclosed A Bill as below Value £462-10 - 0 to pay a 1/2 a y[ear]s Comp[ositio]n for the Lot Ore of Weardale Leadmines due the 26th Ult from Col Beaumont to the Lord Bishop of Durham – you will please to acknowledge the rec[eip]t to Sirs etc CB Bill No. 742 £462-10
The Dukesfield Smelters and Carriers Project aimed to celebrate and discover the heritage of the Dukesfield Arches & lead carriers' routes between Blaydon and the lead mines of Allendale and Weardale. A two year community project, it was led by the Friends of the North Pennines in partnership with Hexhamshire and Slaley Parish Councils and the active support of Allendale Estates. It was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the generous support of other sponsors. Friends of the North Pennines: Charity No:1137467