Letters – John Erasmus Blackett to Henry Wilson – 18 Jan 1799

Document Type: Letters
Date: 18 Jan 1799
Correspondent: John Erasmus Blackett
Recipient: Henry Wilson
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/5
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Sir Henry Wilson                                                            Newcastle  18th January   1799

Chelsea Park    London

Sir      Your favour of the 20th Ult. acknowledging the Receipt of the Bill for £1200 . . was duly received by which I observe that you accept of the notice of the remaining sum  due on Sir Thomas Blacketts Bond & Mortgage to the late Mr William Wilson, being paid off on the 8th August next; you will please to inform me at what place the payment  is to be made, & a proper Receipt must be given on the Bond etc.          Inclosed I send you Surtees Burdon & Cos. Draft on Mess. Barclays & Co. for £90 . . which is in full for four Mo[nth]s Interest of £4000 to the 17th Decr. & two Mo[nth]s Interest of £2800 to 17th Feby. next the Receipt of which you will be pleased to acknowledge.  I am with respect etc    J E B

       £90.   No. 6222                         Newcastle upon Tyne  January 17th  1799

       Thirty days after Date pay to the Order of J E Blackett Esq.   

     Ninety Pounds 

Mess. Barclays Milton & Co.                            Value rec[eiv]ed 

         Bankers   London                                             Surtees Burdon & Co.
Includes bill

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