Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Hawkins Wall – 4 Oct 1784

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Oct 1784
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Hawkins Wall
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 4
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Mr Hawkins Wall                                                   Newcastle    Octor.  4th 1784

      Temple   London

Sir    Inclosed you will receive Messrs. Bell Carr & Cos Bill  on Messrs. Castell Powell Sumner & Co at 20 d[ays] dated this day for Six Hundred & Twenty five Pounds being half  a Years Interest of £25,000 due to Sir Edward Winnington on Mortgage of Wallington now at 5 P[er] Cent due from  Sir John Trevelyan the 6th Aug[us]t last for which Remittance please to send me your receipt as usual.  I am etc  J E Blackett.

                     £625 .                           Newcastle Bank   4th  Octr.  1784

                     Twenty Days after Date pay to the Order of John Erasmus 

                  Blackett Esqr.  Six Hundred & Twenty Five Pounds       Value received

                                                                     For Bell Carr Cookson Widdrington & Co

To Messrs. Castell Powell Sumner & Co                                     Thos. Gibson 

            London                                          Pay the Contents to the Order of Mr. Hawkins

 No.  5005                                                  Wall   Value in Acct                    J E. Blackett

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