Letter – John Trevelyan to Hemmings & Smith – 23 Oct 1789

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Oct 1789
Correspondent: John Trevelyan
Recipient: Hemmings & Smith
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 4
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Messrs Hemings & Smith                         Newcastle   Oct. 23rd 1789

Curzin Street  Mayfair


Sir     Enclosed I send you a Bill upon Castle (sic) & Co. for 100 Guineas, which please to place to my acco[un]t & w[hi]ch I apprehend will go near to clear it except a few Pounds.  Contrive to let me hear from you in answer to the above so as to find me at Thos. Millard Esq. at Wells Somersetshire by the first of next Mo[nt]h you will of course put the letter into the Post office on Saturday the 31st inst.  I am etc   J. Trevelyan

        £105 .                          Newcastle Bank  23rd  Oct. 1789

Forty days after Date pay to the Order of Messrs Hemings 

& Smith      One Hundred & Five Pounds     Value received

                                         For Sir J Eden, Sir M W Ridley Cookson Widdrington & Co

To Messrs. Castell Powell Sumner & Co                                     Thos. Gibson 

No.  15497     London                            

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