Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Walker & Maltby – 25 Apr 1804

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Apr 1804
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Walker & Maltby
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs Walkers Maltby & Co. Merchants, London	Newcastle Apr 25th 1804



I have this Day drawn upon you as below for Lead & Litharge sold & delivered you; & Messrs Walkers Ward Parker & Co on Mr Beaumont’s Acco[unt] made payable to his Order, all of which Bills I have no Doubt you will duly honour & remain yours etc J.E.B.


    Bill at 2 M[onth]s dated 20th April  £480- 0- 0 on Walkers Maltby Acct

457 Ditto at 3 Ms      ditto 16th April 5,000- 0- 0 on ditto

  8 Ditto at 3 Ms      ditto 16th April 5,493-14- 5 on ditto

  9 Ditto at 3 Ms      ditto 20th April	492- 2- 0 on ditto

460 Ditto at 4 Ms      ditto 16th April   488- 4- 0 on ditto

  1 Ditto at 2 Ms      ditto 20th April    93- 8- 0 on W Ward & Cos acc

  2 Ditto at 4 Ms      ditto 16th April  6311-13- 7 on ditto

                                       18,359- 2- 0

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