Letter – Thomas Crawhall to George Robson – 24 Nov 1801

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Nov 1801
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: George Robson
Archive Source: TWA DF.HUG 149
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Mr George Robson							Newcastle Nov. 24. 1801

Monkend near Darlington


      Mr Blackett wrote to you in Jany last to request a Certificate of your good health, being at that time in treaty with the Lord Bishop of Durham for the insertion of one Life in Col. Beaumonts Leases of Kilhope, Welhope & Lintzgarth (in which you are a Life) in the place of the late Richard Brookes.  The treaty not being at that time compleated is the reason I again trouble you to request you will procure and send to me at this place a Certificate of your health signed by the Clergyman of your Parish. – We have reason to believe that the above business will be compleated shortly, and hope we will not be under the necessity of again troubling you on that subject, for some time

      I am T..C..

Any Expence you have been, or may be at, on this business, Mr B. will be thankful to pay your Brother at this place.

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