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Messrs. Mulcaster Farnacres 12th February 1782. We have recd. your Letter of the 8th inst with the Assays which prove as follows: No. of Weight Oz pw Grs tenths <Assays> Gr 80ths <Operative> lead 2 58 equal 7 2 2 4 p Fodd.r Refineable After Refined 2 4 9 19 2 p.Fodd.r After Refined Thorngill Cutting 3 1 32 9 2 16 6 p Fodd.r Refineable Carrs Bouse & Cutting 2 38 4 13 2 4 p Fdd.r Not Refineable Carrs Cutting 3 62 5 10 8 p Fdd.r Not Refineable Refined Lead £17 p[er] Fodder. Bullion 6s/2d p[er] Ounce Silver of last Operation by Assay should have been 575.10. 2.4 Real Weight of Silver 603. -. -.– Produce more than by Assay 27. 9.21.6 The Assay Scales are ready to be delivered to James Johnsons Man on Friday & we have desired Mr: Harvey to give a strict charge to the Man to take the utmost care of them and Mr Harvey is also desired to write to James Johnson to forwd. them to Langley Mill the first Opportunity. The Assays for Carrs Cutting were found to be all of a weight & Thorngill Cutting Assays were also all of equal weight with one another. We are glad to see the Reducing better than usual and observe what you say as to the Money paid by Jno. Elliot. You will probably have directions about the School by Fridays Post. We are Your Humble Servants Walton & Turner.