Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Thornhill White & Co – 7 May 1806

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 May 1806
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Thornhill White & Co
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Messrs C.T.  Thornhill White & Co	Sunderland		N[ew]Castle 7 May 1806


<Mr CB> (Christopher Blackett) has been favoured with yours & has forwarded the Litharge accordingly- ordered to be packed in good Casks selected for the purpose. He begs me to observe to you that the regular mode of payment for Litharge is by Bills on Lon[do]n due at the end of Six Mo[nths] or a Bankers Cheque at the expiration of that period as he before advised you <on> which acc[oun]t.  & his having since very considerable payments to make shortly he trusts you will favour him with a cheque on some Banker here in lieu of the inclosed <Cy> Note

I am Sir 			TC

<Py> Note  £122-14-10

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