Letter – Jonathan Hilton to Germaine Lavie – 13 Dec 1771

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Dec 1771
Correspondent: Jonathan Hilton
Recipient: Germaine Lavie
Archive Source: AMHS H&H
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A Copy of a Letter sent Mr. Lavie				Alston 13th Decr. 1771


Your esteem’d Favour of 5th Instant is rec’d. I have this Day drawn on you, a Copy of the Bill belaw which I hope you will except my Son goes this Day to NewCastle to get Cash for it as allso to consult Mr Atkinson about the disposal of the Lead unsold so soon as he returns & the Pays made will write more Particularly.

Alston 13th Decr 1771

£300 One Month after date please top Pay Mr. Jos. Hilton or Order Three Hundred Pounds Value rec’d as advised by Sir, I am &c Jona Hilton

A Copy To Mr. G. Lavie Esqr. Silk Mercer Pallmell London

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