Letter – John Erasmus Blackett to William Emm – 5 Jan 1802

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Jan 1802
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: William Emm
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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William Emm Esqr.						Newcastle 5th. Jan.y 1802

Auckland Castle.     			

Dr. Sir

      I wrote to you the 25th. ulto. to which I beg leave to refer you.

      I now enclose you Certificates of William Sykes & George Robson being living & in health (the two Lives in the present subsisting Lease of Kilhope & Welhope) and likewise Messrs. Surtees Burdon & Cos. Bill on Ransom Morland & Co. for £195 . 16 . 7 the Amount for the Renewal of the Leases with the Charges.

      Thomas Bayldon son of John Bayldon of Nether-Shettlington in the Parish of Thornhill & County of York Farmer is the Person whose Life we wish (in margin: Leases sent p[er] Mail Coach) to be inserted in the new Lease in the Place of the late Richard Brooke deceased; the Leases shall be sent you by the first safe Conveyance.   

      I am &c J.E.B.

£195 – 16 – 7 No. 5617  NCastle upon Tyne 5th. Jan.y 1802

Forty Days after Date pay to the Order of J.E. Blackett Esqr. one hundred & ninety-five Pounds 16s/7d Value received. – Surtees Burdon & Brandling

Messrs. Ransom Morland & Co. Bankers Pall Mall London

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