Letter – Martin Morrison to Brandram Templeman & Co – 23 Mar 1811

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Mar 1811
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Brandram Templeman & Co
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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      Newcastle 23rd March 1811

Messrs Brandram Templeman & Co London


In reply to your favour of the 21st inst I beg to state that my price for WB Refin[e]d Lead delivered here, is 28£ p[er]Fo. of 21Cwts six months Credit, and for Litharge £33 p[er] Ton for a quantity not less than 50 Barrels. – I beg also to state for your information, that Mr Thomas Preston gent to Coll Beaumont, is prepared to deliver you any quantity of each at Markett price, from Tooley Street, should you prefer being supplied in London.


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