Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Rundell & Bridge – 20 Sep 1804

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Sep 1804
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Rundell & Bridge
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs Rundle & Bridge 					Newcastle 20th September 1804

Goldsmiths No 32 Ludgate Hill, London



      In Mr Blackett’s absence I have to acknowledge the Receipt of your & to inform you he is perfectly satisfied with the Price allowed on the P[iec]e fine Silver sent you, and will forward to you the first p[iec]e he can conveniently spare you.

	Mr Blackett proposes drawing upon you for the Amount in ten Days Time at 20 or 30 Days: you will therefore please not to pay it into the Banker as before requested & you’ll oblige. 					

      Yours etc. T. C.

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