Hart & Marshall letter to John Norton, 1771 March 7

Title

Hart & Marshall letter to John Norton, 1771 March 7

Subject

Norton, John, 1719-1777 -- Correspondence
Hart & Marshall (Firm)
Merchants -- England -- London -- Correspondence
Merchants -- Virginia -- Hanover -- Correspondence

Description

Hart & Marshall letter to London merchant John Norton informing him that Robert Hart has taken a wife and will require the goods listed in the enclosed invoice.

Creator

Hart & Marshall (Firm)

Source

John Norton and Sons Papers, MS 1936.3

Publisher

Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Identifier

MS1936.3.410
Folder 37

Text

Page 1

Mr. John Norton

Sir

Our Robt. Hart having just taken unto himself
a Wife and being in want of a good many Articles towards
Housekeeping &c. he has inclosed the within Scheme and
depends on your particular choise, being well acquainted
with this country. Youl please to charge them to the
proper account of Robt. Hart and he will remitt you the
Value by some of your Ships this season. He hopes
youl take the earliest oportunity you can of Shipping
them making Insurance on the same and in case of a
Loss to be immediatly replaced. Perhaps Capt [illegible]
may return directly which will be a good oportunity

With Regard
We are
Sir
Your Most hule Servts.
Hart & Marshall
Hanover Town March 7th, 1771

2)
to
Messrs. John Norton & Son
Merchts
London

P Capt. Clarke

Virginia 7 March 1771
Hart & Co:
Recd: June 5, 1771
P Capt. Clarke Exd
Goods Entd. pa 352

Copy

Original Format

Ink on paper

Files

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Citation

Hart & Marshall (Firm), “Hart & Marshall letter to John Norton, 1771 March 7,” John Norton & Sons Papers, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, accessed February 19, 2018, http://rocklibnorton.omeka.net/items/show/410.