Letter – Hugh Boag to James Hunter – 18 Mar 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Mar 1737
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: James Hunter
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To James Hunter Esqr Auditor

						Ravensworth Castle  18th March 1736/7


	Inclosed are 15 Receipts which are Signed by the persons you Required and I hope you will find these Answer the Lists I Left with you

	The Recets for the Fee Farme Rents pd out of Whittle Estates is only for 11½ whereas in the Cash its sometimes enter’d 15½  The wch is pd by the Tennts of Whittle in at the Duke of Somersetts Court while Sitting for which they gett no Recets but you have the Tennts recets for it

	I hope the Inclosed will Satisfie you  I am Sorry I could not Send you them sooner.  but the Distance of persons being So wide was the Occation of the Delay which I hope you will Please to Excuse

	Mr Walton & me will be be very glad to hear of our <Quicates> from you we hope you will be so good as Slip no Opportunity of getting our Accots Passd and when it is so be pleased to let us know & wee will Send you a Bill for the Expence of its passing and Include what Postage of this or other Letter may Cost   I am for Mr Walton & Selfe Sr Yor very Humle Servts           

      Hugh Boag

	Accot of Receipts Sent

Edwd Winsop 19 Decr 1735 for Corbridge Estates etc   £0. 6. -

Jno Stephenson  5 Novr 1736 for a Yrs Sallary        20.- . -

Richd Dobson  18 March 1736 for Advertisments         -.11. -

Thos Simpson  3 Febry 1735/6 for Whittle Fee Rent     -. 1. 1 1/2

Do  5 June 1736 for Do                                -. 1. 1 1/2

Do  23 Octor 1736 for Do                              -. 1. 1 1/2

Abram Bunting  14 Novemr 1736 for a Years Salary      8. -. -

Robert Johnson  14 Novemr 1736 for a Years Salary     8. -. -

G Gray 5 & 15 March 1735/6 for his Opinion            1. 1. -

Fran Thibou 5 March 1735/6 for Post paper             -. 9. -

Hugh Foster  8 Janury 1735/6 for Keswick  M. dawson   -. 6. 8

Do 28 Octer 1736 for Keswick Do                       -. 6. 8

Joseph Pearson  14 Novembr 1736  for a Years Salary   8. -. -

Cristhr Gasket  8 Janury 1735/6 a Yrs Fee <pr Keswick> . 9. 4

John Swinburn 28 Octor 1736 for Do                    -. 9. 4

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