Letter – Martin Morrison to Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co – 9 Jan 1810

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Jan 1810
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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      Newcastle 9 Janry 1810

Messrs Glyn Mills Hallifax & Co

Bankers London

		Enclosed you will receive Seven Bills value £27,502-18-11 for account of T Rd Beaumont Esqr and I duly received your Letter of the 6 inst, <..> <Ellills Bill & charges £4085.12.6 which is at your Credit; the two Bills upon the Bankrupt remaining in your hands you will be pleased to return to me. 	I am etc 	MM

Walkers Ward & Co 

   on Walkers Maltby & Co due 23 Febry dated 23 Decr  £2318  9

   Ditto on ditto             17 Mar         14 ‘      4636 18

   Ditto on ditto             17 April       14 ‘      4636 18

   Ditto on ditto             17 May         14 ‘      4636 18

   Ditto on ditto             17 June        14 ‘      4636 17 11

   Ditto on ditto             17 July        14 ‘      4636 18

Rook & Hornman on Michl Healy & Son 14 May   11 Novr	  2000

                                                    £27,502 18 11

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