Letter – Martin Morrison to Samuel Walker Parker – 21 Dec 1808

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 Dec 1808
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Samuel Walker Parker
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs Walker Maltby & Co			To TR Beaumont Esq


For 1 Mo[nth]s Interest on Bill dated 10 Octo[be]r 

  at 5 Mo[nth]s c[redit] for £509-3-5 which ought 

  to have been 1 Aug[ust] @ 6 Mo[nth]s cd           £21- 4- 4

For 2 Mo[nths] Interest on Bill dated 1 Oct[obe]r 

  at 6 Mo[nth]s c[redit] for £509-3-0 which ought 

  to have been 1 Aug[ust] @ 6 Mo[nth]s c[redit]     £42- 8- 8

                                                    £63–13 -0

Sam. Walker Parker Esq			Newcastle 21 December1808

I am favored with your Letter of yesterday covering two Bills at 5 & 6 months dated from 1 Oct[obe]r last for £10186-6-5 the amount of Lead & Litharge bought the 13th July on the Credit Six Mo[nth]s to commence from the 1st of August as by Memo of Agreement signed by yourself. Above is the statement of Interest due on the transaction, the payment of which, will be in full for the same.

	I am Sir Your most Obed[ient] Servant


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