Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Thomas Wall – 13 Oct 1782

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Oct 1782
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Thomas Wall
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 4
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Mr Thomas Wall     Temple                                       Newcastle  13th  Octor  1782


Sir     I received your Favour inclosing your Receipt for the Bill for £200 & your account of the several Sums received for the Years 1781 & 1782 on account of the Quarterly Payments  on Sir John Trevelyan’s acco[un]t which on Examination I find to be right & that I had omitted sending you a Bill for one Quarter

     I now inclose you a Bill drawn by Bell Cookson & Co on Castell & Co  dated 12th instant at one month for £300 to make the Quarterly Payments from 30th Sept. last to 31st Decem. next; the Receipt for which you will please to send me as usual       I am etc  J E B

                              £300 .  .                         Newcastle Bank  12th  Octor  1782

                    One Month after date Pay to the order of John Erasmus 

                  Blackett  Esqr.  Three Hundred Pounds        Value received

To Messrs. Castell Powell & Co         For Bell Cookson Carr Widdrington &Self   

                London                                                            Jos. Saint

                                               Pay the Contents to the

  No. 453                                Order of Mr Thomas Wall   

                                               Value in Account

                                                                    Jno E. Blackett

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