Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Samuel Guppy – 19 Apr 1804

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Apr 1804
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Samuel Guppy
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Mr Samuel Guppy							Newcastle April 13th 1804

Baldwin’s Court Clock Lane, London



      Mr Blackett has been favoured with yours of the 9th Inst & observe the Contents. The Litharge he disposes of is all delivered here and shipped at the Risque & Charge of the Purchaser, which will render it necessary in Case you become a Purchaser, that you engage some person in this Town to transact that Business for you.

	Mr Blackett’s Stock of Litharge in Hand is at present small and the Price £32-10-’ per Ton of 20 Cwt delivered here.

	I am etc 			T.C. 

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