Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Thornhill & Co – 24 May 1808

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 May 1808
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Thornhill & Co
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs Thornhill & Co  Sunderland					Newcastle 24 May 1808


I In consequence of your application to the Post Office here they have searched the unclaimed letters, this day produced one here addressed to ‘Mr M M Martin, Post Office N[ew]Castle on sight of which recognizing the handwriting I have opened in Mr Morrison’s absence and found to be yours of 20th March last enclosing the Bill in question on Coutts & Co for £147-1-3 now overdue which sum is now placed to your Credit on Acc[oun]t for Litharge sold you

				P TRB TC

PS should you have advised the Bankers of this circumstance it may be necessary to write them again, lest they sho[ul]d refuse paym[en]t when presented.   

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