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|Archive reference number||NGA27/24/31/2|
Correspondence from Thomas Agnew concerning Robert Hume
|Date||14 Nov 1832-6 Nov |
The following collected records relate to a dispute between Thomas Agnew, Joseph Zanetti and Robert Hume:
- Letter from Thomas Agnew to John Smith concerning the conduct of Robert Hume who was to purchase an inlaid table acquired by Thomas on a recent trip to Italy (14 Nov 1832).
- Letter to Robert Hume from [a representative of Agnew & Zanetti] stating that following the former's payment of cost, the table will be removed (12 Nov 1832).
- A writ of summons commanding Robert Hume to appear in the Court of Exchequer at Westminister in an action of Debt at the suit of Thomas Agnew and Joseph Zanetti (6 Nov )
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