Letter – Isaac Hunter to Jonathan Sparke – 20 Jan 1781

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Jan 1781
Correspondent: Isaac Hunter
Recipient: Jonathan Sparke
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Mr Sparke Allanhds Mill 				Dukesf[iel]d 20th Jany 1781


On examining you last Decl.d <M.th> Accts I find £5..2s..10d charged to Jno. Hutchinson for Candles &c, w[hi]ch seams so exorbitant a charge for that article to me that I must desire you to send me his Bill before I can pass the Acc[oun]t. I thought his charge =last= for Y[ear] 1779 of £3..1s..9d high & should like when you are sending to have that Bill also – I am

Yrs &c  IH [Isaac Hunter]

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