Scope and arrangement
To Lord Byron, poet : 5 documents : -- 1 autograph receipt signed : 19 Nov 1817 : (B'ANA 0632a) : from Venice : for payment of 503.50 francs for fifty-four bottles of "the best Bordeau," twenty-one bottles of French brandy, two bottles of mustard, and one order of tea. -- 1 autograph receipt signed : 26 Nov 1817 : (B'ANA 0632b) : from Venice : for payment of 1260 francs for two-hundred bottles of bordeaux, one bottle of madeira, one bottle of mint, and four pounds of tea. -- 1 autograph receipt signed : 16 Dec 1817 : (B'ANA 0632c) : from Venice : for payment of 282 francs. -- 1 autograph receipt signed : 2 May 1818 : (B'ANA 0632d) : [from Venice?] : for payment of 594.50 francs. -- 1 autograph receipt signed : 2 Jun 1818 : (B'ANA 0632e) : for payment of 86.50 francs; for eighteen bottles of madeira and one bottle of brandy.|||The following related manuscripts are filed with the above: 1 autograph letter signed letter to Lord Byron, from Merryweather's child, "G. Merryweather" : 6 Jul 1818 : (B'ANA 0632g) : [from Venice?] : pleading that Byron "suspend any pursuits for the present"; begins, "Nothing but the distressed situation that my Father is in at this moment could of induced me to trouble your Lordship with this ..."; with an Italian translation of the letter in an unidentified hand (B'ANA 0632h); and, in the same unidentified hand, an Italian translation of F. Merryweather's transactions with Byron (B'ANA 0632f).