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Letter – Martin Morrison to Gosling & Sharp – 11 Jan 1817

NCastle 11 Janry 1817 Messrs Goslings & Sharpe London Remitting £375 on Revd Hy Hardinge’s Acct for ¼ yrs Composition for Tithe Ore due this day. MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 17 Jan 1817

NCastle 17 Janry 1817 Messrs Rundell & Co London Advising of a Pce of Silver containing 1130 Oz pWaggon MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 5 Feb 1817

NCastle 5 Febry 1817 Mrs Beaumont Portman Square – London Transmitting Agents quarterly Report of the Mines MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 12 Feb 1817

NCastle 12 Febry 1817 Mrs Beaumont Portman Square – London Transmitting Cash Account & Lead Sales for December & January and enclosing an offer of 1 @ 2 hundred Tons of Lead at £18 pfr for Common, six months Credit. To Mr Paris MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 22 Feb 1817

NCastle 22 Febry 1817 Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell Ludgate Hill – London Advising a pce Silver of 1141 Oz pWaggon 21st inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Archibald Paris – 22 Feb 1817

Archd Paris Esqr NCastle 22 Febry 1817 Melton-Mowbray-Leicestershire I am this day honored with your Letter of the 18th instant; & beg to inform you that Col Beaumont will consent to ship 200 Tons Lead to St Petersburgh on joint Account; but that he cannot take less than £18 Newcastle fodder, six months Credit, for Lead. – the Credit to commence from the date (if accepted) of your reply. I am etc MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Daye Barker & Co – 25 Feb 1817

NCastle 25 Febry 1817 Messrs Daye Barker & Co Low-wood near Cartmel-Lancashire Inclosed you will receive a Bill for £87-10 in payment for twenty five Barrels of Gunpowder supplied Colonel Beaumonts Lead Mines in Weardale last December. -- & am etc

Letter – Martin Morrison to Paris McCausland & Co – 3 Mar 1817

NCastle 3rd March 1817 Messrs <Paris> McCausland & Co No 40 Broad Street Buildings – London I am this day favored with your Letter of the 1st instant & have noted down 200 Tons of WB Lead to be shipped to St Petersburgh at £18 pfodder 6 Mos Credit from 28 Febry on joint Account with Col Beaumont & yourselves, only remarking that We do not <put> the Lead free on board, but are to Charge whatever is incurred. – As the Triad standing A1 <Copper> &am

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 11 Mar 1817

Newcastle 11 March 1817 Messrs Rundell & Co Ludgate Hill - London Advising two ps Silver, one on the 6th of 1444 oz & the other this day containing 1060 oz – pWaggon – MM

Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Paris McCausland & Co – 18 Mar 1817

NCastle, March 18 1817 Mess Paris McCausland & Co London I have the pleasure to enclose your Bill of Lading for 1100p WB Com Lead <q> 1504.1.14 shipped on Board the Triad Turner for the address Messrs Paris Ware Harvey Co St Petersburgh – The Vessel will proceed on her Voyage this even[in]g or tom[orro]w morning – the Capt has been furnished with our Bill of Lading & <.> transmitted to Mess Paris, Harvey & Co and a <cover for> the ship – On the

Letter – Martin Morrison to Reid Irving & Co – 19 Mar 1817

Newcastle 19 March 1817 Messrs Reid Irving & Co Merchants – London Conformable to the request of Messrs Matheus & Son of Rouen I herewith enclose a Bill for £100-4-6 for their Account, being a Balance due to them; the Rec[eip]t be pleased to acknowledge to <.> MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Paris McCausland & Co – 21 Mar 1817

Newcastle 21 March 1817 Messrs Paris McCausland & Co London – I am duly favored with your Letter of the 18 inst; and it is my desire that you will effect the Insurance on Col Beaumonts proportion of the different shipments of Lead on joint Account to St Petersburgh Your objection to the stipulation in the Bill Lading of the Triad, for the Lead to be discharged in seven days <.> shall be attended to & the clause omitted in future Shipments. There are several marks st

Report – George Crawhall to Martin Morrison – 31 Mar 1817

Coalcleugh  March 31/1817 The Mines at Coalcleugh have not been so unproductive for several years as at present, the Old Workings get much reduced and no new trials that has been made have not yet been so productive as to make up the deficiences; We have found nothing new since the last Bargains -- The east <forurd> in the Limestone continues very poor, but the Flat in the last opened length is better & let to 8 Men @ 25/ pBg, the North level in the Cross Strin

Letter – Martin Morrison to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 31 Mar 1817

Freight of Lead to Dantzig about 8/pTon with 5 pCent in lieu of Pilotage and Port Charges £ 0 8 5 duty and Entry on Lead to Dantzig – Pton 0 1 10 Town dues and Bill of Lading do 0 0 6 Waterage on Board do 0 1 3 1817 March 31 price of a Ton of Lead at Newcastle this day 18 0 0 Insurance of ditto – to Dantzig – about 0 6 0 £18 18 0 T

Will – Thomas Emerson – 2 Apr 1817

This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Emerson of Newhouse in the parish of Stanhope in the County of Durham Gentleman I Give and bequeath unto my dear Wife Jane Emerson all my Household Furniture plate China Bedding Linen and Implements of Household to be at her own disposal I Give devise and bequeath to my Son Thomas Emerson the younger and to Robert Bainbridge of Alston in the County of Cumberland Gentleman and their Heirs All my Customary freehold Estates Hereditaments and pre

Letter – Martin Morrison to Paris McCausland & Co – 2 Apr 1817

Newcastle 2nd April 1817 Messrs Paris, McCausland & Co I was favoured in course with your Letter of the 25th Ult. and the Triad having proceeded on her voyage, as mentioned in a former Letter, the alteration you required in her Bill of Lading, became impracticable. I have now the pleasure of enclosing Bill Lading of 900 pieces pFortitude, to clear this day and proceed to Sea. I leave to you to advise your House at St Petersburg, having only sent under cover, by the Captain a dup

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 5 Apr 1817

Messrs Rundell & Co London Newcastle 5 April 1817 Advising a pce of Silver containing 1489Oz pWaggon this day MM

Report – William Crawhall to Martin Morrison – 11 Apr 1817

Allenheads, April 11/1817 The State of Allenheads Lead Mines is quite as promising this quarter as they were the last – The Cross Vein at East End is wrought by 4Men @ 29/pBg & 6 Men @28/ pBg& is considerably better since the Bargains were let, & is likely to produce more Ore this quar. than was raised last - but have not yet unwatered the Vein by the Low Level coming up under the Great Limestone which prevents us working the Limestone lower than the top o

Letter – Martin Morrison to Gosling & Sharp – 11 Apr 1817

Newcastle 11 April 1817 Messrs Goslings & Sharpe London Remitting £375.-.-. for Acct Revd Hy Hardinge, the amount of 1/4th of a Years Compo: of Tithe Ore due this day

Letter – Martin Morrison to Paris McCausland & Co – 12 Apr 1817

Newcastle 12 April 1817 Messrs Paris McCausland & Co No 40 Broad Street Buildings London – Inclosed you will receive Bill Lading of 900 pieces of Lead P Spring, expected to sail this evening or tomorrow morning; and annexed is the particulars of the three Shipments, one moiety of which is for Thos Richard Beaumont Esq’s Account. I am etc

Report – Thomas Emerson to Martin Morrison – 17 Apr 1817

                                Newhouse April 17/1817 Weardale - MiddlehopeShield is raising Ore much the same as last quar. have let Bargains to 46 Men - 8 to drive the Waggon Level @ £3-15 pfa - 8 to raise Ore @ 26/. PBg 24@ 27/. &6@30/pBg. Companies Grove is rather poor at present, have let Bargains to 40 Men - 12 to drive the Waggon Level & raise Ore @ 20/ pBg & the remainder to raise Ore @ 30/pb. Slitt is poor, have let Bargains to 14 Men

Memo – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 13 Jun 1817

Newcastle 13 June 1817 Mrs Beaumont Portman Square-London- Transmitting Cash Account and Lead Sales for the months of April and May

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 17 Jun 1817

Newcastle 17 June 1817 Messrs Rundell & Co London advising a piece Silver of 1490Oz pWaggon the 16 inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Bosquet & Brothers – 21 Jun 1817

NCastle 21th June 1817 Messrs Bosquet & Brothers – Lisle I have received your esteemed Letter of the 12 instant, and you would before this time, have received an offer of Lead from me, according to my promise in London, had I on my return from thence, found our Stock increased, so as to have been enabled to do it. –Under the present deficiency I can not offer you more than 100 Tons of WB Lead at £19 pfor of 21Cwt payable by a Bill at 3 months date from Shipment or acceptanc

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 28 Jun 1817

NCastle 28 June 1817 Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell London Advising a pce Silver of 1307 oz pWaggon MM
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