Letter – Messrs Surtees, Burdon & Brandling – 9 Jul 1803

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Jul 1803
Correspondent: Messrs Surtees, Burdon & Brandling
Archive Source: AE Beaumont letters
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									9th. July 1803

Mess. S, B & B by the advice of their friends are to decline the business of Bankers in N. Castle. They will devote their time to making such arrangements as will enable them to discharge all demands upon their House with as little delay as possible; They have also the satisfaction to state with confidence to the Public, the ultimate stability of their funds and that as soon as the necessary measures shall be arranged, they are assured of the concurrence and assistance of all the other Banks in N. Castle, to carry them into the most effectual execution.
Handwritten abstract of a published notice, possibly by Diana Beaumont

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