Documents associated with: Tacchi, George
Record 8 of 12
System Number: 12082
Date: 24 December 1878
Author: Samuel Price
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: ALS
38, WALBROOK, LONDON, E. C.
24 December 1878
[On t]he other side I send you [illegible word or words] I have written
of to Allingham & Copy of his [illegible word or words] [sending?] me to you.
[J. A.] Rose Esq
[p. 2] '164'
1. Samuel Price
Samuel Price (b. ca 1830), of Samuel Price and Son, solicitors [more], in the case of Tacchi v Whistler. George Tacchi was a picture frame maker and was a creditor to whom JW owed £41. 9. 4. (see affidavit, #12045). JW was unable to pay off any of the debt and this sum appears against Tacchi's name on a list of creditors in JW's bankruptcy papers (#11926).
Theodore Frederick Allingham (b. 1845), solicitor [more]. Allingham had been dealing with the bills of numerous small tradesmen to whom JW owed money. However, he had recently handed over his affairs to James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more]. On the same date as this letter, Rose stated: 'I am dealing with other Claims & my own £500 waits for everybody' (J. A. Rose to J. Mackrell, #05235).
Written in another hand. This may have formed part of a numerical sequence assigned by Rose to JW's bankruptcy papers.