Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Isaac Spencer & Sons – 12 Dec 1832

Document Type: Letters
Date: 12 Dec 1832
Correspondent: Benjamin Johnson
Recipient: Isaac Spencer & Sons
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/7
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Messrs Isaac Spencer & Son	York				Newcastle Decr 12th 1832



	I duly recd your lre of the 29thNovr last with cheque value £1-18s- 8d The discount on your payment of £20 was 6s/8d and not £1 as in your statement. You are well aware that no allowance has at any time been made for freight or any other charge, & that our invariable practice is to deliver our Lead & Litharge at Blaydon subject to all subsequent charges.

	Your Balance therefor remains £1-1s10d due to the Exors of the late Mrs Beaumont which I will thank you to settle immediately

					I am Sirs Yrmo Obdt Servt

						Benj Johnson

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