Letter – Thomas Crawhall to William Collingwood – 4 Dec 1807

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Dec 1807
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: William Collingwood
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Mr W Collingwood Alnwick						NCastle Dec 4 / 1807



I have your favor of 2 Inst & observe that Mr Heron has never made you acquainted with the Sums paid by Mr Beaumont to his Law Agents employed on the late Election, tho requested so to do long ago. The Sum paid generally was £42 exclusive of the usual retaining fee, but in connection of the additional trouble you must have had on this occasion it was proposed to pay you with 60 Guineas which Mr Beaumont hopes you will feel satisfied with. I do not find the <Acc[oun]t> you mention amongst my papers here, however, if you add Mem[orandu]m of your having paid such items they will suffice for Vouchers on the present occasion when you Acc[oun]t is completed sahh be glad to receive it.	I am TC    

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