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James Jameson Marrowbone Lane Distillery Correspondence, Dated 1844-1847 William Pulling & Co.
This lot contains five pieces of correspondence sent from James Jameson of Marrowbone Lane Distillery, Dublin, to its client William Pulling & Co. These documents are dated from 1844 to 1847.
One letter concerning the shipment of spirits. One passage reads: 'I will not be able to ship new spirits sooner than Monday the 18th, I shall therefore forward two puncheons of old spirits on the 4th in order to prevent disappointment to you'. This letter is dated 27 October 1844.
One letter advising the recipient of a reduction in price: 'I beg to inform you that the freight of whiskey hence to Brostol is reduced to 12/- per puncheon, and in smaller casks to 1 1/2 per gallon'. This letter is dated 7 December 1844.
One letter confirming an order and noting despatch dates. Much of this letter is illegible. This letter is dated 9 December 1844.
One letter regarding shipments of casks of whisky. This letter is dated 17 February 1845.
One letter including an invoice for three puncheons sent from James Jameson to Bristol. These casks bear the mark 'J'. This letter is dated 3 June 1847.
Please see images for fill level and label condition. Note general wear.
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