Letters – Thomas Crawhall to Read Lucas & Reads – 30 Aug 1799

Document Type: Letters
Date: 30 Aug 1799
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Read Lucas & Reads
Archive Source: NRO 672/E/1E/5
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Messrs. Read Lucas & Reads                                          Newcastle  30th Augt.  1799


Gentn.   Mr Blackett received your Favour of the 3rd  Inst. inclosing a Bank Note, Amount thirty Pounds, which is placed to your Credit, would have acknowledged the receipt of it sooner, but waited till we had an Opportunity of sending you a piece fine Silver, which have done this Day p[er] Leeds Waggon, Containing Thirteen Hundred & Eighty nine Ounces, which you will please place to Account with Thomas Richard Beaumont Esqr. and advise Mr Blackett on your receipt of the same.  Mr Blackett observes what you say respecting the Test Bottoms, which he has disposed of, Since receiving yours.                    I am etc  T. C.

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