Letter – Martin Morrison to Anthony Nichol – 2 Sep 1809

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Sep 1809
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Anthony Nichol
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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Mr Anty Nichol at John Latimer’s Esq  		Newcastle 2nd September 1809

No 13 Gray’s Inn Square, London 

      I am favored with both your Letters of the 29th and 31st inst; the affairs of Mr Elliott will I fear prove extensively injurious; the situation in which you are placed calls for all your vigilance to guard against preferences and if a Bankruptcy is thought the best means to keep the Property together, the sooner a Commission can be issued the better. – Colonel Beaumonts Bankers, Glyn <Mills> & Co have presented your Bills for acceptance and have received for answer “that the Drawers of the Bills had written a Letter to Mr Elliott desiring him not to accept forreasons which would be informed”.  I am etc 


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