Letter – Andrew Adamson to Thomas Jones – 12 Dec 1765

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Dec 1765
Correspondent: Andrew Adamson
Recipient: Thomas Jones
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 84 10
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						Fallowfield Leadmine, 12th Decr. 1765

Friend Thomas,

The Barr lead I have sent you by the following Persons are as followes Viz

William Smith & Forster   2400

John Walton                425

William Cant               199

John Soppit                170

John Charlton              115

Mathw. Robson              160

Nichs. Scott                90


As I have been disapointed in coming down Pray be so good as deliver the inclos’d, bring up with you the commision there in, and send it p[er] John Walton or any of these that carried our Lead.   do not neglect as we stand in immediate need and I am Dr. Friend

      Your mot. Hble Sert.

      And. Adamson

[addressed on verso:] to To Mr. Thos. Jones at Newburn

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