Letter – Thomas Crawhall to William Collingwood – 1 Dec 1807

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Dec 1807
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: William Collingwood
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Mr W Collingwood Nr Alnwick						N Castle 1 Dec 1807


We are extremely anxious to have Mr Beaumts Election Acc[ount] closed at this place but are unable to accomplish it until favored with yours from Alnwick – Soon as you have obtained a settlement with the parties there, will you have the goodness to transmit a Statement of the Acc[oun]t that it may be finally closed. I presume Mr Heron wo[ul]d acquaint you with the Sum to be charged as a remuneration for the trouble you have had in this business. Your early reply will oblige.   Yrs TC

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