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Newcastle June 19th 1787 Dear Sir I wrote to you the 12th inst. to which I beg leave to refer you; I am since favour’d with your letter of the 13th inst. & observe that the Bishop wishes to have the Composition settled from the 18th January to Pentecost & then it will go on regularly in the quarter days: I have made a calculation of the sum for 137 days which I believe will be £319.0.9 ¾ if you agree with me in it on your advising me I will remit you a bill at ten days date for the same. I paid Mr. C Johnson the Moor Master Rent due to the late Bishop to the 14th July last. I am with respect Dear Sir Your most obedt. Servt John E. Blackett George Brooks Esqr.
This letter, nor one of the 12th June, are to be found in the JEB outbound copy letters (NRO 672/E/1E/5)