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Memo – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 9 Jun 1821

N[ew]Castle 9 June 1821 Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Square London Transmitting (pThomas ) Cash Account and Lead Sales for the months of April & May. – MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Henry Phillpotts – 9 Jun 1821

The Revd Henry Phillpotts Durham N[ew]Castle 9th June 1821 I beg to inclose a Bill on J Hopkins value £1125 in payment for ¼ a Years Composition for Tithe Ore due to you the 10th instant as Rector of Stanhope in Weardale, from Colonel Beaumont. – I am etc MM. –

Letter – Martin Morrison to Henry Phillpotts – 14 Jun 1821

The Revd Henry Phillpotts Durham Newcastle 14th June 1821 Having only returned from the Mines last night, I have been prevented acknowledging sooner, the favor of your Letter of the 11th Inst. The plan which you suggest of extending the present Agreements for Lot & Tithe Ore, three months after their expiration will not I apprehend be objected to, by Col & Mrs Beaumont, <..> at the period, they and the then Incumbents, are desirous to renew them in future. – With respect t

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 16 Jun 1821

Newcastle 16 June 1821 Messrs Rundell Bridge & Rundell London Advising having forwarded a pce Siver 1323Oz pWaggon. – MM

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 18 Jun 1821

Mr B June 18th 1821 If the Pini house at Bywell is to new roofed, the glass being very much broken and the woodwork in a very bad state ... more Pointers worrying sheep ... The Bywell association for the prosecution of Felons solicit your becoming a member ... all the proprietors of the adjoining estates are members ... The small mill at Bywell <....> is now standing for want of repair. On this subject I beg reference to my letters of Feb 25th & Mar 4th,

Letter – Martin Morrison to Thomas Maltby – 19 Jun 1821

Newcastle 19 June 1821 Thomas Maltby Esqr Lead Merchant – London D[ea]r Sir In reply to your esteemed favor of the 16 Inst I beg to inform you that 10,000ps of Lead are at your service at £23 p fo[the]r for Refined, and £22 pfo[the]r for Common Lead including 1/10th Slag, in the proportion of 1/3rd of the former and 2/3rds of the latter, and which under all circumstances I apprehend places this offer upon an equality with Lead Co[mpan]y’s Sale to Messrs Locke & Co last

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 19 Jun 1821

Newcastle 19 June 1821 Mrs Beaumont 35 Portman Square. London. Since I had the Honor of writing to you by Mr Thomas, I have visited the Mines and it is with satisfaction I am enabled to state, that the produce of Ore this year, compared with that of the former, will be considerably greater. – I also have accomplished the Agreement with Mr Wilson Rector of Wolsingham for Ore to be raised at Pikestone in that Parish at a duty of one-fourteenth, this duty compared with the tenth he

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 20 Jun 1821

Mr B June 20th 1821 You will observe £170 charged for fence walling this (I shall have to receive of) Mr Thomas will have to repay when he returns from London and we settle Mrs B’s proceeds from the Bywell estate ... I fear the letting of the mill and fishery for 15s will require minute investigation and circumstances I expect will transpire in no way creditable to Mr Hudsons agents'

Letter – Martin Morrison to John Parker – 23 Jun 1821

Newcastle 23rd June 1821 John Parker junr Esqr 25 Throgmorton St London. I am favored with your Letter of the 20 Inst, containing one of your Circulars relative to consuming Smoke under Steam Engine Boilers etc. Before I can take upon myself the responsibility of recommending your plan for the Lead Works at Limehouse, I must obtain more personal knowledge than I at Present possess, of the general efficacy of its application; & whether the time expended in preparing the apparat

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 6 Jul 1821

Messrs Rundell & Co London Newcastle 6 July 1821 Advising having sent a piece of Silver of 1552Oz - pWaggon. – MM

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 9 Jul 1821

Newcastle 9 July 1821 Messrs Rundell & Co London. Advice of a pce of Silver 1102Oz – pWaggon. MM

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 1 Aug 1821

Mr B (undated) A gent from Mr <....> is named as having your permission to shoot for 7 days. The 10th of August is fixed for a general meeting of all the copyholders who are wishful to infranchise their copyholds. I am sorry to say they do not seem to come forward with that spirit I could wish to see but I believe the Game at Bywell will be found scarce, hares and pheasants in particular. The present keeper looks well after the game in the daytime but I do not think him a sufficientl

Letter – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 4 Aug 1821

Newcastle 4 August 1821 Mrs Beaumont Bretton Hall In this and another Cover I beg to transmit the quarterly Reports of the Mines, and when I can obtain additional Franks the Cash Accounts and Lead Sales for the two last months will also be transmitted. I regret to state that the Lead Trade has become extremely dull, and the few Sales of Lead which have been effected, are in consequence, at lower prices. To this situation of depression I have in part deemed it expedient to Conform an

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Thomas Wentworth Beaumont – 14 Aug 1821

Mr B (undated) I have had the honor to receive your letter from Paris ... About fifty of the Allendale copyholders attended on the 10th inst and have agreed to purchase their tithes and freeholds at the price asked and a meeting will take place … The farmers are by no means improved in circumstances since you were in the North ... I called upon Geo Forster yesterday but he could only promise to pay up his last half years arrear with his half years rent at Martinmas. He expressed a wish to

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 15 Aug 1821

Newcastle 15th August 1821 Messrs Rundell & Co London Adv[isin]g of having on the 11th & 14th Inst sent 2 ps Silver of 1285 & 1228Oz pWaggon. MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to John Ross – 27 Aug 1821

Newcastle 27 Augt 1821 Mr John Ross Glasgow. I am favored with your Letter of the 25 Instant. The price of WB Litharge at present is £24 pTon at the Wharf and six months Credit; or 3 p[er]C[en]t discount for money or Bankers Bill on London at 40 days date. I beg to observe that this Office does not Ship any Orders that may be given for Lead or Litharge by a non-Resident; the practice in such cases being for the purchaser to employ a person here, to perform that business. – As I

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Diana Beaumont – 1 Sep 1821

Mrs B (undated) I have received a letter from the Park Keeper at Chillingham to inform me he has had directions from Lord Tankerville to send Mr B a Buck any time during the season which he says continues until near the end of September. I shall thank you to inform me if you would wish it to be sent to you at Scarbro' or to any of Mr B's friends, [struck out: ‘when I have the honor next to see you in Northumberland I shall take the liberty of … When Mr Thomas and myself settle

Memo – Martin Morrison to Diana Beaumont – 3 Sep 1821

Newcastle 3rd Septemr 1821 Mrs Beaumont Bretton Hall. Transmitting in two Covers, Cash Acc[oun]t for June & July & advising of the subjoined remittance to Messrs Glyn & Co amount[in]g to £15,906.8.3 MM Messrs Glyn & Co Newcastle 3rd Septemr 1821 Bankers London. Remitting for Col Beaumonts Acc[oun]t 5 Bills value £15,906.8.3 MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Glyn & Co – 3 Sep 1821

Messrs Glyn & Co Newcastle 3rd Septemr 1821 Bankers London. Remitting for Col Beaumonts Acc[oun]t 5 Bills value £15,906.8.3 MM

Letter – Benjamin Johnson to Diana Beaumont – 12 Sep 1821

Mrs B undated I have sent by this mornings coach two Pinis and have since received Mr Morrisons letter and shall take care that your commands in respect to the forwarding of Game are duly observed. I shall endeavour to send a brace or two of Black Game to be at Doncaster on the 17th along with more game.

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 26 Sep 1821

Messrs Rundell & Co London Newcastle 26th Septemr 1821 Advising a pce of Silver of 1233 ½ Oz pWaggon 25 Inst MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Mrs Hardinge – 26 Sep 1821

T R Beaumont Esqr To The Exc[ecuto]rs of the late Revd Hy Hardinge – Dr 1820 Septemr 9th For 60 days Composition for the Tithe Ore of Stanhope Parish from the 11 July last to this day at the rate of £1500 pAnnum - £246-11-6 Newcastle 26th September 1821 Mrs Hardinge – Ketton House nr Darlington I am this day favored with your Letter of the 25 Inst, and above you have a statement of the amount due to the late Mr Hardinge for the Tithe Ore of Stanhop

Memo – Martin Morrison to Rundell Bridge & Rundell – 2 Oct 1821

Newcastle 2nd Octr 1821 Messrs Rundell & Co London Advice of sending a pce of Silver <w[eig]hts> 1553Oz – pWaggon 29 Sepr MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Mrs Hardinge – 2 Oct 1821

Newcastle 2 Octr 1821 Mrs Hardinge Ketton House nr Darlington I am favored with your Letter of yesterday’s date, inclosing a <Rec[eip]t> for £246-11-4, the amount due to the late Mr Hardinge, as Rector of Stanhope, for Tithe Ore, and in return transmit the above Cheque upon Sir M Ridley & Co in discharge of the same & am Madam etc MM

Letter – Martin Morrison to Cox Poyser & Co – 23 Oct 1821

Messrs Cox Poyser & Co Derby Newcastle 23 October 1821 I have received your Letter of the 20 Inst. – The Stocks of Lead in this Country are unusually small for the time of Year and are nearly all sold, and the only offer I can, in consequence, make you is from 200 to 2000 pigs of WB Refined Lead, deliverable at the Wharf, at £23 pfo[the]r six months Credit in London, or £3 pCent discount for Money. I beg to observe that it is not the custom of this Office to ship Lead and where p
The Dukesfield Smelters and Carriers Project aimed to celebrate and discover the heritage of the Dukesfield Arches & lead carriers' routes between Blaydon and the lead mines of Allendale and Weardale. A two year community project, it was led by the Friends of the North Pennines in partnership with Hexhamshire and Slaley Parish Councils and the active support of Allendale Estates. It was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the generous support of other sponsors. Friends of the North Pennines: Charity No:1137467