Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Thomas Richard Beaumont – 14 Sep 1809

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Sep 1809
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Thomas Richard Beaumont
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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Col Beaumont MP					<N/H> September 14 1809

      Since Mr Morrison left town this morning your Att[orne]y advises that your debt against Mr John Elliott can not be proved agst his Estate without the Bills to exhibit as Secties along with the affidavit of Debt; and that such proceedng would be improper in the present state of the business, untill the responsibility of Messrs Nichol & Ludlow is ascertained – consequently the power of Att[orne]y for you to execute to Messrs Glyn Mills & Co are not sent as advised. – Mr Elliott’s next Meeting is the 17th day of Oct[obe]r next when the necessary proof may be made

	I am etc   TC 

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