Letters – Benjamin Johnson to Rundell & Bridge – 15 Aug 1832

Document Type: Letters
Date: 15 Aug 1832
Correspondent: Benjamin Johnson
Recipient: Rundell & Bridge
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/7
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Messrs Rundell Bridge & Co					WB lead Office Arcade									Newcastle  Augt 15th 1832


      I forwarded yesterday by Messrs Jackson & Co Waggon. A piece of Silver  wt  2345 Ozs to your address when received please to advise & pay the value to Messrs Glynn & Co as usual.

I was surprised to find the last piece sent was deficient in weight & quality. I am satisfied you will find the Cake now sent correct in weight and free from Drops. I avail myself of this opportunity of intimating to you that Mr Craw having resigned his Agency, I have been appointed by Mr Beaumont as his Successor, & that your future communications will have to be addressed to me

      I am Gentm Yr most ObtServt

					Benjm Johnson

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