Statement – Martin Morrison – 13 Jan 1810

Document Type: Statement
Date: 13 Jan 1810
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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Easterly Hall & Co Statement


To Bills on Messrs Puller, Atkinson & 

  Mount & Mr Ellil – discounted           178,008

To Cash advanced on Bills on Puller 

  Atkinson & Mount & J Ellill - deposited 

  as securities                           143,212


To Harry <Cookeby> on Bond                  5,000

To Messrs Puller - <Bal. .. Recd>         101,877

To Debts due in Arkendale                  10,550

  Ditto         Derwent                    10,223

  Ditto         N Castle                    4,787

To Bills running for Mine Pay in Arkendale

  And Derwent and for Bill Quay             6,901 16 5

                                          460,558 16 5

NB the Debt that may be ultimately found due to Surtees Burden & Co is not included in the above

Mr Ellills Acc[oun]t is not yet  settled & there may possibly be some claim from his Estate

Mr Lowthers Tythe is unsettled


By Property in London & on the way from 

  Russia - (Certain)                       20,000

Outstanding Debts in America Calculated 

  to produce                                4,000

Goods sequestered at <Tonningen>            3,000

Goods in the Brazils (supposed certain)     7,000

Goods in Malta & Turkey – uncertain         3,000

Sundry Claims on different Estates & 

  scattered property                        4,000


Value of the Mines, Mills, Stock etc

It is supposed that upon a Bal[an]ce of Acc[oun]t there will be due from Messrs Atkinson & Mount from 12 to £15,000 of which it is doubtful whether any part will ever be recovered

N[ew]Castle Jany 13th 1810  E H & Co 
Balance sheet relating to Easterly Hall & Co, presumably connected with the subsequent accounts of their affairs

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