Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to William Darwin – 25 May 1773

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 May 1773
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: William Darwin
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/3
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Mr Darwin   Hatton Street                                                                        Newcas 25th May 1773

Holborn  London


	I received your Letter of the 20th instant you will by this Post receive a Letter from Mr Gibson in answer to it.  Inclosed you have a Bill for One hundred Pounds on Accot of Sir Walter Blackett, as he has sent you your Receipt for the £800 - I expect your Receipt for £291.0s.0d as usual, that I may Charge that Sum to Sir Walter Blackett’s Account.           I am etc   J.E,B.

Newcastle Bank 25 May 1773  £100.0.0

Twenty Days after date pay to the Order of John Erasmus Blackett Esqr One hundred pounds          Value received For Bell Cookson Carr Self & Saint Jno. Widdrington

To Messrs Hallifax Mills Glyn & Mitton London                        

Pay the Contents to Mr William Alvey Darwin or Order Value in Account.  John E Blackett

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