Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 12 Nov 1804

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Nov 1804
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Rundell Bridge & Rundell
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell					Newcastle Nov 12th 1804

No 32 Ludgate Hill, London


      Since I wrote to you the 25th Ulto. I have been favoured with your Letter of the 9th Inst. acknowledging the Receipt of a Cake of Silver the Piece I observe you have charged 5/101/2 per Oz which I have no Doubt will be perfectly satisfactory to Colonel & Mrs Beaumont & you may depend on the first Piece I have to dispose of, being sent you.

      The Amount you will please to pay into the House of Sir R. C. Glyn Bt & Co. on Mr Beaumont’s Acco[unt] at you Convenience, who will advise me of the same.			I remain yours etc. J. E. B. 

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