Internal ID: 1011 [see the .xml file]
Identifier: NLW 5500C, no. 13
Editors: Transcribed by Ffion Mair Jones; edited by Ffion Mair Jones; encoded by Vivien Williams. (2019)

Dear Sir

I have just received your favor; let me beg you would write to yr servant to call at Mrs Pennant's in upper Grosvenour street for yr parcel where it will be left next week. There is now an account open between M. Griffith & you: he will fix his price as soon as yohe has done what he is now about for you. What does the the Bookbinder1 charge apiece for letting in our Snowdons.2

I & Moses beg Miss Bull's3 to favor us with their receit for pasting prints on paper. we bungle dreadfully. my best Compliments attend them

Yrs most truely

T Pennant

Editorial notes

1. The bookbinder has not been identified.
2. A reference to Bull and Pennant's copies of Pennant, The Journey to Snowdon (1781).
3. Elizabeth and Catherine Bull.

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