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Farnacres 24th March 1782 Messrs. Mulcaster You have as follows the result of the weighing of the last Assays. 80ths Middle Cleugh Cutting Slag 82 equal 10 – 21 6/10 p Fddr Refineable Rampgill 76 equal 9. 6. 4 3/10 p Fddr Refineable We are much obliged to Mr. Peter Mulcaster for the trouble he had in Viewing and Reporting the damages by the Flood which happened the 10th March Inst. We shall very probably be at Langley Mill on the 11th of April in the Evening and take Beds with you ‘till the 15th or 16th of that Month. We are Your Humble Servants Walton & Turner PS We go from home on Tuesday so you need not write or send any papers to us after you receive this till we return home after the Hexham Recets. James still continues as mentioned in our last.