Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 22 Jul 1814

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 Jul 1814
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Diana Beaumont
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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      N[ew]Castle July 22/1814

Mrs Beaumont Ryde Isle of Wight	


I have the honor to ack[knowledge] the rec[eip]t of your letter of the 17 Inst. & have intimated to Mr Thos Ridley & to Mr Harrison (the friend of Doctor Trotter) the success of the applications made on their behalf; I have also explained to Mr Harrison the mistake relating to Mr John Davison & have shewn to Mr Blackett the letter to satisfy him that this person has not been forgot. – Mr Archibald Reed is not at home, & therefore I have not yet the opportunity to convey your Comp[limen]ts to Admiral Dickson as you desire, but I will see Mr Reed on his Return & communicate the subject of that part of your letter to him. – I have this day remitted to Messrs Glyn & Co 12 Bills (particulars on the other side) amount[in]g to £44,211-6-8 on on Acc[oun]t for Lead sold to Messrs Walkers Maltby & Co. – Kelso Races I am informed will be on or about the 16th Septemb[er], the precise day I believe is not yet fixed, but it will not vary from his date more than two days. – With <most> respectful Comp[limen]ts to Col Beaumont

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