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Letter – Martin Morrison to William Raine – 19 May 1820

May 19 1820 Advised Mr Wm Raine, Bretton of 40p <Ref[ined]> WB Lead Shipped p. Lively <Insis> of Hull – for Mr <N> Backhouse, Wakefield

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 30 May 1820

N[ew]Castle 30 May 1820 Messrs Rundell & Co London. – Advising a pce of Silver of 1469 Oz pWaggon 27 inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 2 Jun 1820

Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Square London N[ew]Castle 2d June 1820 Madam I have had the Honor of receiv[in]g your letter of the 30 ult. The reason why Mr Fenwick was not paid on Mr Beaumont’s first Election, the Usual fee as Under Sheriff was, that, He demanded Fifty Guineas, being the Sum, he said, presented to him when he held the same situation by Lord Percy on his Election. – The usual Fee has been Twenty five Guineas for each Member, given for the ostensible purpose of defraying

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 17 Jun 1820

Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Square London N[ew]C[astle] 17 June 1820 Madm I am this day honored with your letter of the 15 Inst & have looked through the files of Letters for the years 1789 & 1790 & there is not a letter, contained in them, from Sir Thos Blackett to the Alderman, nor does Mr Crawhall recollect ever seeing one from Sir Thomas.-- The enclosed letters from Luke Noble & Wm Tweedale were received during the above periods by which It appears Luke No

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 22 Jun 1820

June 22 Sent Mrs Beaum[on]t Extracts from letter Book of Letters written to Bretton in 1789 1790, 1791 & 1792 by which it appears the last remittance made to Luke Noble, was in Decem 1789 the first to – Richd Noble was in Jany 1790 & which continued until Decem 1791 the first to Wm Tweedale was in Feby 1792 Thos Crawhall did not enter Col & Mrs Beaumonts Office in Newcastle untill <Xmass> 1794. he never had any knowledge of Mr Luke Noble, Richd Noble,

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 29 Jun 1820

Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Squ[are]. London Newcastle 29 June 1820 Madam I have the honor of receiving your letter of the 26th Inst & in another Cover in conformity to your desire transmit copy’s of Bills remitted for Sir Tho: Blackett’s use from Jan[uar]y 1790 to Jan[uar]y 1791. – The Letter of Sir Tho Blackett dated 3d of June 1791 relating to the Bishop of Durham is not in this office, nor does it appear, if Mr Blackett did receive any from Sir Thomas, that they were de

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 29 Jun 1820

N[ew]Castle 29 June 1820 Messrs Rundell & Co London -- Advising a Pce of Silver of 1243 Oz pWaggon. – MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 3 Jul 1820

Mrs Beaumont N[ew]Castle 3rd July 1820 35 Portman Square – London. – Madam In this and another cover I beg to transmit Cash Account and Lead Sales for last month; and to acquaint you that I have this day made a further Sale of Five Thousand pieces of Lead to Messrs Walkers Maltby & Co at £23.10.pfor for Refined, to whom the Receivers of Greenwich Hospital sold on Saturday 5000 pcs of similar quality at £23 pfor. – I am etc MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Gosling & Sharp – 11 Jul 1820

Newcastle 11th July 1820 Messrs Goslings & Sharpe Bankers London. – Remitting £375. 1/4th of a Years Composition for Tithe Ore On this day to Revd Hy Hardinge. – MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 13 Jul 1820

Newcastle 13th July 1820 Messrs Rundell & Co London. – Adv[isin]g a piece Silver of 1443 Oz pWaggon – <1> inst MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 22 Jul 1820

Newcastle 22nd July 1820 Messrs Rundell & Co London. – Adv[isin]g a Pce Silver of 948 Oz pWaggon – 19 Inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Glyn & Co – 5 Aug 1820

Newcastle 5 August 1820 Sir R. C Glyn Bart & Co. -Bankers – London. – Remitting 9 Bills value £22,604-4-9 for Colonel Beaumonts Acc[oun]t – MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 10 Aug 1820

Mrs Beaumont Bretton Newcastle 10 August 1820 Transmitting Cash Acc[oun]t & Lead Sales for last month with particulars of the above Remittance to Messrs Glyn & Co. – MM W[i]th also Quarterly Reports of Allenheads & Coalcleugh Lead Mines

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 11 Aug 1820

Newcastle 11 August 1820 Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell London. – Advising a Pce of Silver 1612 Oz pWaggon 9th inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 14 Aug 1820

Newcastle 14 August 1820 Mrs Beaumont Bretton Hall. – Transmitting (addressed to Mr Beaumont MP) Cash Account and Lead Sales for last month. – MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 22 Aug 1820

T W Beaumont Esqr MP. Newcastle 22nd August 1820 Warrens Hotel Waterloo Place London. – Transmitting Quarterly Reports of Weardale Lead Mines, one for himself, and another for Mrs Beaumont to be forwarded to her at Bretton. – MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to John Bell – 24 Aug 1820

Mr John Bell Hexham Newcastle 24th Aug: 1820 Mr Beaumont is desirous that you will search in the Manor Office for the Aft of a Deed or any other papers relating to the House and other attached property in this Town sold by Sir Thos Blackett to Mr Geo: Anderson about the latter end of the year 1783; the conveyance of which may be dated, [struck out: soon after] in that year or early in the following – If you are successful in finding any paper relating thereto, have the goodness to forw

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 24 Aug 1820

Mrs Beaumont - Bretton Hall Newcastle 24th August 1820 I have had the Honor of receiving your letter of the 23rd Inst. The Bills last remitted to Messrs Glyn & Co will be discountable in Nov[embe]r and I have no doubt, if required, your Bankers will readily discount them. Whenever it suits your convenience to visit the Mines, the time will be equally so to your Agents here; - the Amounts are all ready for examination. Major Anderson is not in this Town at present; from his Solicitor

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 15 Sep 1820

Newcastle 15 Septemr 1820 Mrs Beaumont Bretton Hall Madam. It is with great concern I announce to you that the Revd Hy Hardinge, Rector of Stanhope, died at Ketton near Darlington last Saturday (the 9th Inst) – This event so important in it’s consequences to your Interest I was only acquainted with last night, and have no information yet who is to be his Successor; the probability is that Lord Barrington will obtain the Living, <on> the compromise of the Chancery Suit with

Letter – Martin Morrison to John Griffiths – 19 Sep 1820

John Griffiths Esqr Newcastle 19th Septemr 1820 Soicitor – Durham The death of the Rector of Stanhope makes me desirous to obtain early information who is to be his Successor. If you can give me any You will oblige Yrs etc MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 22 Sep 1820

Mrs Beaumont Bretton NewCastle 22 Sept 1820 Madam Nothing as yet has transpired, of who is to succeed the late Mr Hardinge to the Rectory of Stanhope. – Lord Barrington is talked of, but all is conjecture, the Bishops determination not being publickly known. – Whatever I hear, tends to confirm me in the opinion, that the Views entertained by the Clergy of the Diocese of the value of the Living are of the most exaggerated description, and that they are impressed with the idea that

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 26 Sep 1820

Mrs Beaumont Newcastle 26 Sept 1820 Madam I am this morning informed that the Rectory of Stanhope has been conferred on the Rev H. Phillpotts who will shortly be inducted. – He vacates his Stall at Durham. – I propose going over tomorrow to wait upon him, and if I find at Home, will take the earliest opportunity of acquainting you with the Result of the interview – I am etc MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 28 Sep 1820

Mrs Beaumont Bretton N[ew]Castle 28 Sept 1820 Madam I yesterday went to Durham & had an interview with Revd Mr Phillpotts who expressed his readiness to enter into an Agreement of Comp[ositio]n for the Tithe Ore of the Parish of Stanhope. The <…..> to the valuable preferment he should give up in accepting the Parish of Stanhope; a Stall in Durham the next in emolument to Lord Barringtons (which is the best) and also the living of Crossgate in that City besides fore

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 7 Oct 1820

Mrs Beaumont Allenheads N[ew]Castle 7 Octr 1820 On my arrival yesterday at Durham from Allenheads; I had an interview with Mr Phillpotts respecting the Composition, in lieu of Tithe Ore, for the Parish of Stanhope. Mr Phillpotts repeated his Readiness to accept a Composition but requested an offer to be made for it, and hoped that I was empowered to name the Sum that would be given. I replied that I was prepared upon two Conditions being conceded to offer him £3000 p[er]An[nu]m. Viz th

Letter – Martin Morrison to Henry Phillpotts – 11 Oct 1820

Newcastle 11 Octor 1820 The Revd Henry Phillpotts College Durham. – I have the Honor to acknowledge the receipt of your Letter of yesterdays date, and cannot on the grounds you so considerately mention, have any objection to meet Mr Fenwick. – In the offer I made on Friday for the Tythe Ore of Stanhope, it was with the intention of excluding any Statement of Accounts or Representations which by possibility might expose, as in the case of the Bishop of Durham, Colonel & Mrs B
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