Letter – Messrs. Surtees, Burdon & Brandling – 5 Jul 1803

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Jul 1803
Correspondent: Messrs. Surtees, Burdon & Brandling
Archive Source: AE Beaumont letters
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									Augt. 5th. 1803

Mess S. B. & B. & Mess S. B. B. & E. respectfully inform the Public that they have committed the arrangement of their affairs into the hands of the Gentln . mentioned below, in whose Honour & knowledge of business they repose and they trust their Creditors will repose the utmost confidence and who, for the more complete security of the Creditors will immediately be invested with all their business effects and as ample a proportion of their separate property as may appear to be requisite to effect the perfect and speedy liquidation of their engagements to the Public.

C. J. Brandling Esq.

Wm. Ord Esq

Walter Trevelyan Esq

Wm. Grieve Esq

Wm. Russell Esq

Thos Harrison Esq

Thos. Emers[on] Headlam Esq

Mr. Geo. Riddel, Berwick

Nathl. Clayton Esq

Auby. Hood Esq

John G. Clarke Esq

Robt. Ranken Esq

Wm. Lloyd Esq
Handwritten abstract of a published notice, possibly by Diana Beaumont

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