Letter – Lord Mulgrave to Thomas Richard Beaumont – 20 Sep 1802

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Sep 1802
Correspondent: Lord Mulgrave
Recipient: Thomas Richard Beaumont
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 211
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My dear Sir,

              I have communicated the contents of your Letter to Mr. Allgood to which he has returned a written Statement of the Transactions at the time of his quitting your employment which I enclose.  He is willing to attend you immediately to explain anything you may require in the Confidence that he can do so, to your Satisfaction and his own Credit.  He assures me that he has not any Paper or Plans whatever relating to the Concems in which he was employed by you   the Pay day at my Works is on Monday the 4th of October he can set of on the day following and wait upon you if you wish it. 

             Lady Mulgrave begs to unite her best Compt. with mine to Mrs Beaumont and yourself

           I have the Honour to be My Dear Sir with great regard 

              Your most Obedient and very faithful Servant

 	                   (sign’d) Mulgrave

see letter from Allgood of same date

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