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Letter to George Foster and Sons from C. H. Birley
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Posted by Yvonne Warner, 9 September 2019 at 0:19

Please consider this transcription:

Gentlemen, I have yours ?

will attend to the balance of note as soon as possible have been laid up with grip for a month and got behind in every thing. Hope to catch up soon. trusting you will not press me in the matter for a short time.

Posted by Nathan Etherington, 27 September 2019 at 22:45

Paris Mch 11th, 1901

Geo. Foster Son & Co

Gentlemen,

I have yours to hand

will attend to the balance of

note as soon as possible have

been laid up with grief for

a month and got behind

in every thing. Hope to catch

up soon. Trusting you will

not press me in the matter for a

short time.

I am

Yours truly

C. H. Birley

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Letter to George Foster and Sons from C. H. Birley


This item is a letter sent from C. H. Birley, a merchant from Paris, to George Foster and Sons on March 11, 1901. It was written by Mr. Birley, who hoped to clear up payments and that George Foster would not press him any further on the matter.