Letter – Thomas Jackson to John Erasmus Blackett – 25 Sep 1798

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Sep 1798
Correspondent: Thomas Jackson
Recipient: John Erasmus Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 205
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Newcastle Septemr 25th 1798


	We accept of the Five Thousand pieces of Lead for our London House Messrs Walkers Maltby & Co on the terms offered by your favor of Yesterdays date, say 2500 pieces refined Lead & 2500 ps Common, the latter including 1/10th Slagg all at Fifteen pounds ten shillings per Fodder on 6 Months Credit, for which you will please send a Tickett for its delivery.

	The Fifty Casks of Litharge you offer at 16£ per Ton 6 Mos Cr must decline accepting till we have permission from London but if you will let them have a hundred Casks at 15£ 10s p Ton – 6 Mos may include them in the above Tickett.

	We are Sir Your Most Humble etc for Walkers Fishwick & Co

		Thos Jackson

Jn E Blackett Esq

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