Report – Thomas Dodd – 27 Jan 1816

Document Type: Report
Date: 27 Jan 1816
Correspondent: Thomas Dodd
Archive Source: NEIMME LLC 40
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Supplement to above [ie. to report of 20th Jan 1816]

To the Honble The Governor & Company 				Nenthead January 27th 1816


      I have been duly favored with the Courts Letter of the 19 Inst and have during this Week, lett Bargains to 80 Men at 38/ of which here is a List

	I am sorry to hear so unfavorable an Account of the Lead Markets; if they continue it will be the destruction of this Country

	I am Sirs &c &c 

		Thomas Dodd Senr.

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