Table giving predicted journeys, cargo, and monetary figures

Made:
1800-1824
part of archive:
Leonard Raisbeck Archive

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Gives examples of possible cargos and journeys, including distances and cost. As the first entry is for 'lead merchandise on the line of canal', the table appears to be giving predictions for the proposed canal.

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Extent:
1 item
Identifier:
RAIS/3/5/10
Transcription:
1000 Ton of Lead & Merchandise on the line of Canal at 4d P’r Ton P’r Mile – 27 Miles £4500

9500 Tons of Coal to Stockton at 3d P’r Ton P’r Mile – 24 Miles 2850

7500 Tons of do. into Cleveland from Stockton 2250

7500 Tons of do. to Yarm and South west part of Cleveland 2250

5000 Tons to Norton, Billingham & C & C 1500

6000 Tons of Lime to all the above places, say 20 Miles 1800

15000 Tons of Coal top Darlington, Hurworth & C & C – 12 Miles 2250

100000 Tons of Coal Shipped to London at 3d P’r Ton P’r Mile – 23 miles 30000
£47400

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