Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to Walter Blackett – 21 Feb 1774

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Feb 1774
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Walter Blackett
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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To Sir Walter Blackett Bt    Half Moon Street                                     Newcas 21st Febry1774

                    Piccadilly  London

Dear Sir

	Above you have a Bill on Messrs Plumb & Browne for Three hundred pounds which Sum you desired might be remitted to you about this time - You will be pleased to acknowledge the Receipt of this                                      I am etc          John E Blackett

£300.-.-.          Newcastle 21st Febry 1774

Twenty days after date Pay to Sir Walter Blackett Barot or Order Three hundred pounds value in Account & place it to Account with Sir W Bt as advised by John E Blackett

To Messrs Plumb & Browne   Foster Lane London

To Messrs Plumb & Browne                                                                 Newcas 21 Febry 1774

           Goldsmiths Foster Lane London


	I have this day drawn a Bill on you at Twenty days date payable to Sir Walter Blackett Barot for Three hundred Pounds which I desire you will accept & place to his Accot when paid                                       I am etc                  J.EB

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