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Papers relating to Messrs Elderton and Hall, Richard Gough, etc

Reference code
MSS/0800/002
Title
Papers relating to Messrs Elderton and Hall, Richard Gough, etc
Date
mid 18th century-1834
Level of description
File
Scope and content
Papers partly relating to Messrs Elderton and Hall, merchants, with auction particulars of freehold estates of Richard Gough, Director SA, etc. As follows:-

(1) Two letters from Michael Sampson, respited prisoner in Newgate, to Mr Hall, merchant, and Sheriff Harley, complaining of his unhappy condition; mid 18th century;-

(2) Invoices for goods and services supplied to Messrs Elderton and Hall, etc., 1765-9, with two later invoices, 1795, 1819;-

(3) Shipping papers relating to:-
(a) 'The Pomona', loading at Southwark for Plymouth, etc. Two printed notices of services, 1797;-
(b) 'The Sandwich Packet'. Three bills of lading for conveyance of gold dust from Kingston, Jamaica, 1814, and two assurance agreements, August 1819;-

(4) Auction particulars of freehold estates at:-
(a) Cannons, Stanmore, 29 Apr. 1800;-
(b) The 'Horse and Groom' in Lincoln's Inn, and five dwelling houses in Bartlett's Buildings, Holborn, 13 Dec. 1833. By order of the surviving executor of Richard Gough, deceased;-
(c) Residence, etc., of Richard Gough at Forty Hill, Enfield, 11 Apr. 1834. By order of the surviving executor, named here as James Hall, of Salter's Hall;-

(5) Pamphlet by H. V. Le Bas, The Charterhouse (1896), with pencil annotations.

With a separate bookplate of John Paul Rylands, 1896.
Previous reference number(s)
SAL/MS/800/2