Henry Skyring letter to John Hatley Norton, 1794 July 3



Henry Skyring letter to John Hatley Norton, 1794 July 3



Henry Skyring, Hampton, Virginia, letter to John Hatley Norton, dated July 3, 1794. Skyring writes concerning the debt due him from John Norton & Sons dating to 1775.


Folder 222



Dr Sir/

Your offereing to assist in settleing
an old Acct - with Mesrs Norton &
sons, has given me hopes that the
ballance due me, which the company
will find amounted in the year 1775
to £21.19.11 ^sterg. will in a short time be
paid. With respect to interest as a
Majority of the British Merchants refu=
=sed to allow it to their American Correspon=
dents while the late war continued, I
shall not expect it during that time.
(But I trust that both you & the part=
=nership will think it right I shou'd
receive it from the time that peace


was established between the two Countries
Be pleas'd, when you write you Brothers on
this businesss to present them with my best
wishes, & accept the same from your
most Obt.
Henry Skyring

Hampton July ye 3d

Heny. Skyring
British Accts

Original Format

Ink on paper


Skyring, Henry, “Henry Skyring letter to John Hatley Norton, 1794 July 3,” John Norton & Sons Papers, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, accessed November 28, 2022, https://rocklibnorton.omeka.net/items/show/2283.