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Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Diana Beaumont – 12 Sep 1821

Mrs B undated I have sent by this mornings coach two Pinis and have since received Mr Morrisons letter and shall take care that your commands in respect to the forwarding of Game are duly observed. I shall endeavour to send a brace or two of Black Game to be at Doncaster on the 17th along with more game.

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 26 Sep 1821

Messrs Rundell & Co London Newcastle 26th Septemr 1821 Advising a pce of Silver of 1233 ½ Oz pWaggon 25 Inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Mrs Hardinge – 26 Sep 1821

T R Beaumont Esqr To The Exc[ecuto]rs of the late Revd Hy Hardinge – Dr 1820 Septemr 9th For 60 days Composition for the Tithe Ore of Stanhope Parish from the 11 July last to this day at the rate of £1500 pAnnum - £246-11-6 Newcastle 26th September 1821 Mrs Hardinge – Ketton House nr Darlington I am this day favored with your Letter of the 25 Inst, and above you have a statement of the amount due to the late Mr Hardinge for the Tithe Ore of Stanhop

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 2 Oct 1821

Newcastle 2nd Octr 1821 Messrs Rundell & Co London Advice of sending a pce of Silver <w[eig]hts> 1553Oz – pWaggon 29 Sepr MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Mrs Hardinge – 2 Oct 1821

Newcastle 2 Octr 1821 Mrs Hardinge Ketton House nr Darlington I am favored with your Letter of yesterday’s date, inclosing a <Rec[eip]t> for £246-11-4, the amount due to the late Mr Hardinge, as Rector of Stanhope, for Tithe Ore, and in return transmit the above Cheque upon Sir M Ridley & Co in discharge of the same & am Madam etc MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Cox Poyser & Co – 23 Oct 1821

Messrs Cox Poyser & Co Derby Newcastle 23 October 1821 I have received your Letter of the 20 Inst. – The Stocks of Lead in this Country are unusually small for the time of Year and are nearly all sold, and the only offer I can, in consequence, make you is from 200 to 2000 pigs of WB Refined Lead, deliverable at the Wharf, at £23 pfo[the]r six months Credit in London, or £3 pCent discount for Money. I beg to observe that it is not the custom of this Office to ship Lead and where p

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 3 Nov 1821

Mrs B 3 Nov 1821 I sent by the mail of yesterday two boxes of game containing 3 brace of grouse and a brace of black game. Matthew Lee has not been able to get any <....> Partridges owing to the continuous rain ... the Pinis are scarcely ripe but shall be sent as soon as they are fit to eat. The season for salmon fishing ceased in Sept until the 20th of December. I feel much obliged to you for your kind intention of sending the pheasants every care shall be taken of them.

Letter – Martin Morrison to Cox Poyser & Co – 6 Nov 1821

Messrs Cox Poyser & Co Derby Newcastle 6 Novemr 1821 Having given to Messrs Nichol & Ludlow Wharfingers in this Town the Ticket for the delivery of the above Lead and Litharge, they are in expectation of receiving your directions for its shipment, and I now hand you the weight and amount, that you may, if you choose, remit the amount (less 3 p[er]C[en]t discount) by a Bankers Bill on London falling due two months from the 29th of October, the day of purchase Conformable to your Le

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Diana Beaumont – 10 Nov 1821

Mrs B Nov 10th 1821 3½ brace of partridges and one brace of grouse sent on Tuesday last. By this days mail a couple of woodcock and a pini.

Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Cox Poyser & Co – 13 Nov 1821

Messrs Cox Poyser & Co Derby Newcastle 13th Novr 1821 Mr Morrison having left home on Sunday for London where He may be detained for some time, In his absence I beg to acknowledge Receipt your Letter of 10th Inst addressed to him, inclosing Wm Cox & Sons D[ra]ft on Smith Payne & Co London dated 29th Oct. at 2 months for £1347.6.0 on acc[oun]t for Lead sold you and I remain etc Thos Crawhall

Letter – Martin Morrison to Henry Phillpotts – 10 Dec 1821

Newcastle 10 Decemr 1821 Dr Phillpotts Durham. Inclosed I beg to transmit a Bill upon Mr John Hopkins London value £1125 -,,-,, being the amount of ¼ of a Years Composition for Tithe Ore due to you this day, as Rector of Stanhope in Weardale, from Colonel Beaumont: - The Rec[eip]t of which be pleased to acknowledge <to, Sir> etc MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 5 Jan 1822

Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell Newcastle 5 Janry 1822 London – Having forwarded 3ps Silver of 1348, 1624, & 1150Oz pWaggon MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 7 Jan 1822

Newcastle 7th Janry 1822 Mrs Beaumont Bretton Hall. Transmitting (thro[ugh] Mr Beaumont at Bradley) Cash Account & Lead Sales for November. MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Glyn & Co – 19 Jan 1822

Messrs Glyn & Co Bankers - London Newcastle 19 Janry 1822 Remitting 2 Bills value £7888 – 4 -,, for Col Beaumonts Account --- MM

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Diana Beaumont – 20 Jan 1822

Madam! January 20th 1822 Mr Beaumont left directions for the first Salmon that was taken to be sent to Bretton Hall. The fisherman has brought in the first he has taken this afternoon which I have forwarded on the Mail of the day.

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 5 Feb 1822

Mr B Feby 1822 We were in a great state of alarm on Saty night expecting to have the water in the house. The river began to rise early in the morning and continued to rise until five o'clock on Sunday. At this time it had advanced whom? in front of the house and was within a few inches of breaking over at the west end. I had removed all the furniture out of the low rooms and was about to begin throwing up a mound which might have held it back until it had advanced two feet more, when

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 12 Feb 1822

N[ew]Castle 12 Febry 1822 Messrs Rundell & Co London Advising a pce of Silver of 1360Oz pWaggon MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Cox Poyser & Co – 13 Feb 1822

Newcastle 13 Febry 1822 Messrs Cox Poyser & Co Derby I am favored with your Letter of the 11th Inst; and in Reply offer you 2 <to> 3 thousand pieces of Lead at £23 pfo[the]r for Refined and £22 pfo[the]r for Common, six months Credit in London from the date of your answer; or allowing 3pCent discount for your own, or Bankers, Bill upon London at One Months date. In making this offer, it however must be subject to one condition, vizt, that my Engagements to deliver Lead (about

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 19 Feb 1822

Newcastle 19 Febry 1822 Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Square – London In this and another Cover I beg to transmit thro’ Mr Beaumont the last Quarters Report of Weardale Lead Mines; that for Allenheads and also for Coalcleugh will be forwarded, thro’ the same medium, by to morrow’s post, and afterwards the Cash Accounts and Lead Sales for the last two months. The Mines with the exception of Allenheads, are at present not so productive as the last Quarter but I trust the defaluation

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 20 Feb 1822

Mr Beaumont Feb 20th 1822 I sent by yesterdays mail 3 couple of woodcocks and four couple of rabbits. The Pini which was nearly ripe when you left Northumberland was sent to Mr Bacon as you then directed ... the gardener will be glad to have the melon seeds any time in the month of March.

Letter – Martin Morrison to Henry Phillpotts – 26 Feb 1822

Dr Phillpotts Durham. Newcastle 26th Febry 1822 I am favored with your Letter of the 25th desiring that I will pay to Sir M Ridley & Co on your Acc[oun]t, the next quarterly payment, when due, for the Tythe Ore of Stanhope; which shall be punctually completed with. Intending to be in London in the course of six weeks I shall then submit to Colonel and Mrs Beaumont the proposition which you suggested respecting the continuance of the present Compositions for a Quarter of a year, afte

Letter – Martin Morrison to Thomas Radford – 27 Feb 1822

Mr Thomas Edward Radford Merchant - Hull Newcastle 27 Febry 1822 I am favored with your Letter of the 26 Inst; and in reply beg to inform you, that such have been the extent lately of my Sales of Lead, that I could not engage to deliver the quantity of Lead you require before the expiration of two months at least. – If I do make a Sale to commence delivering at the end of that period, my terms for 2000 pigs of Common Lead, at the wharf, are, for a present Bankers Bill, at 2 Months dat

Memo – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 9 Mar 1822

Newcastle 9 March 1822 Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Square London Transmitting Cash Acc[oun]t & Lead Sales for last month MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Robert Stagg – 14 Mar 1822

Robt Stagg Esqr Middleton House by Barnard Castle Durham Newcastle 14th March 1822 Annexed is the Annual Statement for Ore raised in Weardale, and also Balance of payments for Compos[ition] etc to B[isho]p of Durham & Rectors of Stanhope & Wolsin[gham], by which it appears the Sum of £347.17.10 is due from The Governor & Co to Col Beaum[on]t for last year – As the Compositions amount now to a large Sum I hope your remittance will be proportionally so, to meet the usu

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 16 Mar 1822

Mr Beaumont (undated) … I was not made acquainted with Roddams having dug out the fox until the following day in the morning ... I went down immediately and reprimanded him for so doing and should have had him turned down but he was then so weak from being baited by a number of terriers that he was more dead than alive. Mr John Bacon of Styford I understand from Roddam had passed in the forenoon of that day and was asked if he thought the fox I lost be sent to the director of the Northumbe
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