Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Glyn & Co – 10 Nov 1804

Document Type: Letter
Date: 10 Nov 1804
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Glyn & Co
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs Glyn Mills & Co. Bankers, London 			Newcastle 10th Nov 1804



      Herewith I remit you Bills as below which please to place to the Credit of Colonel Beaumont’s Acco[unt] with you, & advise me on your Receipt. As I shall be enabled to remit you a considerable Amo[un]t shortly, Colonel & Mrs Beaumont request you will not discount any further Bills on their Account, and should any Sum be paid into your House on their Account per Messrs Rundell and Bridge that you will immediately advise me of the same. 	I am etc.		J. E. B.

                                                          £  s  d

Richardson on Toulmin at 6 Mo[nth]s dated 20th June      59  2 11

Locke & Co on Locke   at 6 Weeks           8th Nov    1,842 18 10

C. Blackett on Reston at 1 Mo[nth]         8th Nov      478  8  0

   Ditto       ditto   @ 6 Mo[nth]         28 Aug     2,069 11  0

Lambton & Co. on Bolder	@ 40 Days          10 Nov     2,000  0  0

Walkers & Co. on Walkers @ 10 D            10 Nov     1,830  8 10

                                                     £8,280  9  7

The 6 Bills are enclosed in another Cover

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