Letter – Cuthbert Peart to Luke Noble – 17 Sep 1784

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Sep 1784
Correspondent: Cuthbert Peart
Recipient: Luke Noble
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 5
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Mr Luke Noble                                                                      Newcastle      17th Septr 1784

  Bretton  Yorkshire

Dr Sir

	Inclosed you will receive Messrs Bell Carr Cookson & Cos Bill on Messrs Castell Powell Sumner & Co at 35 days dated 15th inst for Twenty seven Pounds Sixteen Shillings; being so much I received of Mr Hunter for the Waggon which Bill you will please to advise me on your Receipt of.  I shall the beginning of next week send you the Cash Book & am with respectful Compliments to your Son & Family at Bretton yours etc   Cuth Peart

                       £27.16                     Newcastle Bank     15th Septr 1784

                                   Thirty five days after Date pay to the Order of Mr Cuthbt Peart

                         Twenty seven Pounds Sixteen Shillings                  Value Received

                                                                  For Bell Carr Cookson Widdrington Co

To Messrs Castell Powell Sumner & Co                                          Jas Wilkinson

                             London                    Pay the Contents to the Order of Mr Luke Noble

No 4906                                                 Value in account         C Peart

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