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Letters – Benjamin Johnson to William Ferry & Co – 9 Oct 1833

Messrs Ferry & Co Gateshead Oct 9th 1833 I beg to refer you to my letter of the 16th Sept and have to request that you will favour me with the am[oun]t of you’re ac[coun]t for WB Litharge or a cheque by tomorrows post. BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 9 Oct 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson London Oct 9th 1833 I have duly rec[eive]d your esteemed fav[ou]r of the 7th inst and credit your Acc[oun]t with £416..9..5 paid to Mr B[eaumon]ts aredit with Messrs Glyn & Co. The net proceeds of a piece of fine silver weight 1564 Ounces. The Sale of 3000 p[iece]s Slag Lead to Messrs Maltby & Co is certainly remitted in my return of last Months Sales but is accounted for in the return of Stock. Please to rectify the omission. I yesterday fo

Letters – George Backhouse to Finlay & Hodgson – 10 Oct 1833

Finlay & Co 10th Oct 1833 By the usual conveyance I forward you to the Bullion Office a piece of fine Silver weighing 1498 Ozs which you will please attend to on arrival. I have the pleasure also to inform you that I have sold to Walkers & Co this day 1000 p[iece]s Slag Lead at £13..15s/- per f[odde]r this will be all of the ord[inar]y Slag. Mr Johnson has laft this today to be in readiness to attend a meeting of the Inhabitants of Stanhope, at that place tomorr

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Grace & Freeman – 12 Oct 1833

Messrs Grace & Freeman London Oct 12 !833 Above I hand you Invoice of 300 p[iece]s Lead shipped on Board the Miner Capt[ain[ Sim. Mr Hodgson has advised me of your purchase of 2000 p[iece]s Refined Lead which we can ship at any time on receiving your instructions. BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 12 Oct 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co London Oct 12th 1833 I am in receipt of your fav[our] of the 8th & 9th inst. By referring to your Book in which the Stockton List were copied you will find the return for the month of Jany 1832 under date of the 1st Feb and that all the returns are dated the 1st of the following Month. The return for Nov I now send you which will complete your set. Mr Pattinson will go up next week and ascertain the exact stock of Lead the Duke of Clevela

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 16 Oct 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co London Oct 16th 1833 I have rec[eive]d your letter of the 14th inst and have to correct my statement of the weight of the Pieces of Silver advised of us the 30th ult. It should have been 2109 1/2 ounces and not 2119 1/2 as stated. Mr Knox is busily engaged in the Lead Accts and will return you a report of his proposals by this days post. I meet Mr Donkin tomorrow upon the <Sales> Acc[oun]ts. BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 19 Oct 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co London Oct 19th 1833 I have duly received your esteemed fav[ou]r of the 15th & 17th inst, the former advising the sale of two pieces of fine Silver and the payment of the net Proceeds to Mr B[eaumon]ts credit at Glyn & Co am[ountin]g to £561..5..0. The letter advising the Receipt of Cheque from Mr W[ilia]m Parker for Lead and Interest am[ounti]ng to £1646..7..10 which will be carried in due course to his credit. Mr Parker stands fur

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Grace & Freeman – 19 Oct 1833

Messrs Grace & Freeman Chelsea Oct19th 1833 Mr Hodgson informs me that I may ship your last purchase of 2000 p[iece]s refined Lead at any time. I will thank you to inform me what number of pieces you wish to be shipped in one Bottom. BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Grace & Freeman – 26 Oct 1833

Grace & Freeman Chelsea Oct 26th 1833 Above I hand you Invoice of the weight of 300 P[iece]s of Ref[ine]d Lead shipped as above, the first delivery of your Purchase of 2000 P[iece]s of Mr Hodgson on 26th of Septr last I expect to ship 600 P[iece]s in two vessels next week of which you shall be duly advised. You may rely on every attention on my part both as to the quality of the lead and expence of shipping the Freight of lead to London never varies being always charged

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Grace & Freeman – 2 Nov 1833

Messrs Grace & Freeman Chelsea I now hand you weight of 900 P[iece]s WB Refined Lead shipped as above being part of the 2000 P[iece]s of you last purchase. I expect next week to ship the remainder. Yours Sir BJ Nov 2 1833

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to William Parker – 2 Nov 1833

William Parker Esq I hand you invoice of 2000 P[iece]s WB Lead purchased of Mr Hodgson in Augt last. I beg to call your attention to the Payment of £1335-7s-2d due on the 8th inst upon your purchase of 8th March last and £198-9s-6d for 50 Casks of Litharge due July last. You will oblige me by paying in due course the am[oun]t and interest upon the £198-9s-6d from July to the 8th of Novr to Mr B[eaumon]ts credit with Messrs Batson Berry & Co at Messrs Glyns & Co.

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 2 Nov 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co I have to acknowledge the rec[ei]pt of your two fav[our]rs of the 30th & 31st ult. And now hand you weight of two Pieces of fine Silver as above forwarded at the above dates, to your address as usual, by Jackson & co Waggon. I note your payment to W Bt credit with Batson & Co at Glyns & Co for the net Proceeds of a piece of fine silver amounting to £612-14s-6d. Messrs Cox & Payser & Co can have 30 or 40 Tons of Litharge in ten days fro

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 6 Nov 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co I received your lre (letter) of the 2nd inst on Monday and having an engagement early that morning at Bywell I was prevented answering it until my return today. My lre to you of Saturday last would have cross yours of same date and would supply you with all the information required as to the time when we could deliver Messrs Cox Payser & Co 35 Tons of Litharge. I have not received any instructions from them for shipment but will immediately

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Walker & Parker – 7 Nov 1833

Messrs Walker Parker & Co Newcastle Nov 7 1833 I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of yesterdays date covering the cheque <from> Lambton & Co value £401..22..3 which is carried to the credit of your Ac[coun]t for 100 Casks of Litharge purchased of TWB[eaumon]t Esq in Dec[ember]1832 BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Grace & Freeman – 9 Nov 1833

Messrs Grace & Freeman Chelsea Nov 9th 1833 On the other side I hand you an Invoice of 300 P[iece]s Refined Lead shipped on Board the Allen Capt Jons, part of your Purchase in June last and above of 600 P[iece]s Refined Lead part of your Purchase in Sept last. The remaining 200 P[iece]s pf this purchase will be shipped next week of which shall advise in due course. BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Key – 9 Nov 1833

Tho[ma]s Key Esq London Nov 9th 1833 I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 6th inst covering 13 together am[oun]ts to £1690.6.10 which with £3000 paid to F.H. & Co on the 5th inst we carry to the credit of the London Works. We further credit the London works with the payment of £2061.12.1 paid to Messrs <Intock> & Co for the repairs of the Wh[ar]f Wall, debiting Mr Beaumonts private Acct with the same. At your request the invoice of the 70 Casks of Lit

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 9 Nov 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co London I am this day favoured with your letter of the 9th inst and one from Mr Key enclosing 13 Bills together value £ 1690.6.10 ch/w with £3000 paid you on the 5thnst we carry to the credit of the London Works as also £2061.12.1 paid to Messrs <Intock> & Co for the repairs to the Limehouse Wh[ar]f Wall debiting Mr B[eaumon]ts private account with their several Sums. Mr Key states that he expects to receive back from The <Lever> Lee C

Letters – George Backhouse to Grace & Freeman – 13 Nov 1833

Messrs Grace & Freeman 13 Nov 1833 I beg to hand you Invoice of 2000 P[iece]s WB Lead purchased by you of Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co as above. I am Sir GB

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Cox & Payser – 16 Nov 1833

Messrs Cox Payser & Co I beg reference to Mr Backhouse Lrs (letters) to you of the 11th and 13th inst advising the shipment of 84 Casks of Litharge to Messrs Sigars & Co and 17 Casks to your order at Gainsbro. On the other side I hand you Invoice of weight of 17 Casks shipped on board the Britain Captain Wise to your address in London and above Invoice of the whole 118 Casks. The shipping Charges of the above 118 Casks amount to £2-18s –which may as well remain unsettled un

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 16 Nov 1833

Finlay Hodgson & Co London Nov 16 1833 I am favoured with your letter of the 13th inst covering the sale of a piece of fine Silver and the payment of the net proceeds after deducting £19.10.6 in Account of Mr<K… Trout> Esq to Mr Beaumonts credit with Glynn & Co. I have received instructions from Cox Payser & Co to weigh off the 2000 P[iece]s Lead which they wish to remain on the Wharf for the present but to pay for it deducting 2 1/2 per Cent Discount as we could

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 23 Nov 1833

Messrs Finlay Hodgson & Co London Nov 23 1833 I have duly rec[eived] your esteemed fav[our] of the 20th inst advising the sale of a piece of fine Silver and Payment of the net Proceeds am[ountin]g to £439.14.8 to Mr B[eaumon]ts credit at Glynns & Co. BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 24 Nov 1833

Finlay Hodgson & Co 24 Nov 1833 Gent[lemen] I had the pleasure to address you yesterday & am this morning favoured with your lre (letter) of the 22nd Inst advising the rec[eip]t of £527-1- from Messrs Cox Payser & Co for Lith[earge] & pay[ment] of the same to Mr B[eaumon]ts credit at Glyn & Co. I also note your further Receipt of £1969-4/- from the same parties in 11 Bills three of which value £215 are due, & paid to Mr B[eaumon]ts credit at Glyn & Co

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Joseph Blog – 30 Nov 1833

Jos[ia]h Blogs Esq Nov 30th 1833 Sir In answer to your letter of the 28th Inst our present prices of WB Litharge is £15/10 per ton deliverd at Blaydon. The shipping charges will be 31/- for each fifty Casks & the same charge would be made for any less quantity. I am Sir BJ

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Key – 30 Nov 1833

Tho[ma]s Key Esq Nov 30th 1833 Sir I have duly rec[eived] your letter of the 15 Inst advising the payments of £411.5.9 to Messrs Finlay & Co to be placed to the credit of the Lon[don] Works. If Messrs Grace & Freeman are correct in the copy of the invoice under date of trhe 8 March it is clear Mr Backhouse must have made a mistake in making it out. The weight should be 455 “ “7 and not 445 “ “7 The money statement in the invoice is correct & you must please to

Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Finlay & Hodgson – 30 Nov 1833

Finlay & Co 30th Nov 1833 I have duly rec[eived] your letters of the 23rd & 27th Inst advising the payment of £586.5.2 to Mr B[eaumon]ts credit at Glyns arising from the sale of a piece of Silver and [£]290-11-10 rec[eived] from Grace & Co on A/C of 300 P[iece]s Ref[ined]Lead. I am glad to hear you have made a Sale to Maltby & Co of 10,000 P[iece]s & await the usual copy of Contract. I have sold 2000 P[iece]s to Locke Blackett & Co on the same terms.
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