Letter – Martin Morrison to Thomas Faber – 14 Sep 1826

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Sep 1826
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Thomas Faber
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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      N[ew]Castle 14 Septemr 1826

T.H.Faber Esqr Bishop Auckland

I duly received the Leases you mention which would have been sent to Bretton Hall for Col & Mrs Beaumonts signature, but that the latter being from home made it inconvenient to effect the execution of them. – Mr Horrington the Steward of Col Beaumont is now here: he returns into Yorkshire in about a fortnight, will take them with him, and see that they are regularly executed: - When returned I will do myself the pleasure to transmit them to you with a Cheque for Messrs Griffiths Law charges, and also for the Sum of ten Guineas, the amount of a Fee, paid on a former similar occasion to the Secretary of the then Bishop of Durham. – I am etc	MM

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