Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Hugh Moises – 1 Nov 1777

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Nov 1777
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Hugh Moises
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 4
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The Revd Mr Moises   -  Newcastle                                      Newcas  1st Novr.  1777

Sir   I am desired to acquaint you That Sir John Trevelyan intends to pay you off the Principal Money & Int[e]rest due on the late Sir Walter Blacketts Bond in Six Months from this Date.   

I am etc                J. E. B.

Same Day wrote to the above Effect to Mr Solomon Strologer 1350. -. - 

         D[itt]o          d[itt]o  to Mrs Marg[are]t Ord    400. -. -

 Scotby  D[itt]o          d[itt]o  to Mrs Eliz. Harbottle   400. -. -

    &    D[itt]o          d[itt]o  to Mrs Eliz. <Cocking>  1000. -. -

 Forster D[itt]o          d[itt]o  to Mr Hen[ry] Atkinson   500. -. -

         D[itt]o          d[itt]o  to Miss Hena. Isaacson   235. -. -

                                               Mr Moises    500. -. -

                                    1st May 1778           £4385. -. -

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