Letter – Hugh Boag to Abraham Bunting – 14 Mar 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Mar 1743
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: Abraham Bunting
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr Bunting.                   				Ravensworth Castle 14 March 1742/3

       I am sorry that Mr Gee and his friends does not still take Care to pay the Rent. Saturday last was the last day they took & Still they do not Come near me, however Stay till you hear from me again before you distrain.

       Mr Anesley has Wrote me that his Tennant at Low hall wants 60 Fother of Limestones for Lowhall.  I have Wrote him he is welcome if it does not interfere with the Tennant to occasion a Complaint & I told him I have wrote to you & that it was usual to take a License so let the Tennant have one. I am

       Yours etc

       H Boag

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