Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Charles Bowns – 1 Feb 1803

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Feb 1803
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Charles Bowns
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Chas Bowns Esq							Newcastle Feby 1st. 1803

Banktop Barnsley Yorks.

Dr Sir

      By Mr Blackett’s direction I have this day forwarded p[er] Leeds Coach directed for you at Bretton a Box containing W Bates’ Valuation of Mr & Mrs. Beaumont’s several Estates in this Country except some which cannot now be proceeded upon, the ground being covered with Snow) their Bankers Accot. up to 31st. Ulto.-Accots. of Contracts for Lead &c. to 31 Decr. last, several parcels of the Lead not being weighed off till Christmas was the cause of those Accounts being so long delayed. Mr Blackett has made Mrs. Beaumt. acquainted with the valuation &c being sent you, & purposed writing you today but is indisposed With the box is a small Parcel of Garden Seeds [note in margin at this point not deciphered] Mrs. Beaumt sent for p[er] Mr Deakin when in the No. by your taking the trouble of which you will oblige yours &c.  T..C..

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