Letter – Joshua Straker to William Tweedale – 7 Jul 1792

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Jul 1792
Correspondent: Joshua Straker
Recipient: William Tweedale
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 5
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Mr Willm Tweedale                                                                 Newcastle  7th July 1792

  Bretton   Yorkshire

D[ea]r Sir	Inclosed I send you a Bill drawn by Ridley Cookson & Co on Castell & Co at One Month dated this day for Two Thousand Pounds on Sir Thomas Blackett’s Account, the Reciept of which you’ll please to acknowledge _ I was very sorry to hear, by Mr Hunter, that Sir Thomas was in a poor state of health, but I hope to have an Account of his being better

                                                                                                                  I am etc  J.S

£2000                                                                                Newcastle Bank 7th July 1792

One Month after date pay to the Order of Sir Thomas Blackett Bart

  Two Thousand Pounds         Value Recieved

                                        For Sir M W Ridley Bart Cookson Widdrington Bell & Co

To Messrs Castell Powell Sumner & Co                                                  Jas Wilkinson

No 21672    London

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