Journal Entry – William Hooper – 2 Feb 1833

Document Type: Journal Entry
Date: 2 Feb 1833
Correspondent: William Hooper
Archive Source: TNA ADM 80 15
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Saturday 2nd February 1833

Received the Arrears of Rent from Potts Tenant of Haydon Town Farm, and arranged that on his bringing Mr Stevenson to sign an Agreement for Rattenraw West Farm I could recommend him.

Accepted Mr Langhorn as tenant for East brokenheugh at the rent to have been given by Mr Soppitt deceased, he being the next responsible bidder, subject to the Board’s approbation.

Mr Stott of Buteland brought me £80 of his arrear, upon which I promised him a little more time, for the remainder, but not longer than the Middle of April. I hold a Promissory note from Mr Leighton, a responsible person to pay £220 in May, and this with the value of the Threshing Machine will reduce the arrear to a very small sum.

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