Letter – Mess. S. B. & B. and Mess. S. B. B. & E of Berwick – 2 Jan 1806

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Jan 1806
Correspondent: Mess. S. B. & B. and Mess. S. B. B. & E of Berwick
Archive Source: AE Beaumont letters
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									January 2nd. 1806

Mess. S. B. & B. & Mess. S. B. B. & E of Berwick are sensible of the great confidence given by the Crs. To their efforts under the direction of their Committee to liquidate their very extensive and complicated concerns and can with great truth and satisfaction assure them that much benefit and security will be found to have arisen from the forbearance already shown – The Concerns being now relieved from a great proportion of the Material incumbrances and much of the amount of their circulating Notes on demand being extinguished by their Acct. in payment from the Drs. Of the two Houses, they under the direction of their Committee in order to ascertain with accuracy the Debts of every description, and especially those due on circulating Notes, respectfully and earnestly request, that all the Crs. of the two Houses, will immediately send under Cover to R. Burdon Esq. N. Castle Tyne a full and accurate statement of their demands of whatever kind on the two Houses, distinguishing each firm, with a particular specification of the Dates and Numbers of the circulating Notes which they hold -  
Handwritten abstract of a published notice, possibly by Diana Beaumont

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