Letter – Martin Morrison to William Chisholm – 3 Nov 1807

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Nov 1807
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: William Chisholm
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Mr W[ilia]m Chisholme 					Newcastle 3rd November 1807

47 Lincolns Inn Fields

      I only received your Letter of the 30 Ult this day on my return from Bretton and enclosed you will receive the Account required by the last order of the Court of Chancery but not certain that the Account should be delivered so far as We can and have completed it, or, only up to the filing of the Bill I have sent it in its present state that you may produce it to the period demanded. 

	The statement to show the Profit or Loss in case the Bishop’s Lot and Rectors Tithe ore had been in Kind, is preparing, and will be sent to Mr Bowns who is desirous to make remarks upon it and which I hope will be forwarded to you with the requisite despatch.

	I am etc MM 

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