Memo – Martin Morrison to Brown & Brind – 4 Mar 1814

Document Type: Memo
Date: 4 Mar 1814
Correspondent: Martin Morrison
Recipient: Brown & Brind
Archive Source: NRO 672 E 1E 6
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Messrs Brownes & Brind		N[ew]Castle 4 Mar 1814

By the Waggon I have forwarded to you Carr[ia]ge paid a p[iece] fine Silver contain[in]g 1370 Oz for Account  of T.R.B[eaumont] Esq. – I have been paid lately by Messrs Rundell & Co 7/5 p[er]Oz without any deduction for waste, for what Silver I have supplied them	I am etc		MM

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