Letter – Thomas Crawhall to William Ford – 3 Dec 1816

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Dec 1816
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: William Ford
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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Mr Wm Ford  Leith				NewCastle Dec[embe]r 3rd 1816


      Mr Morrison having set out for London on Sunday morning last without leaving your <…> Bill with me, or stating the Amo[unt] of Charges thereon, I can not exactly state them to you, but acknowl[edg]e the rec[eipt] of your two D[ra]fts in lieu thereof, am[oun]t £68-13-1 to your Credit in Account with TRB <by>. 

      On Mr Morrisons return the D[ra]ft on Harding will be sent you – I believe the Charges thereon to be £1-5- besides some postages	TC

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