Letter – Hugh Boag to James Wood – 15 Mar 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 Mar 1743
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr Jas Wood                         					Ravensworth Castle 15 Mar 1742/3


       Inclosed is a bill on Samuel Child Esq & Company dated this day payable at 28 days for £800 - on Acct of the Rents Issues & Profitts of the Derwentwater Estate the Recet of Which please to Acknowledge only the Return of the Post as you did last for those Sent.  I am for Mr Walton & Self

       Sir Yours etc

       Hugh Boag 

My Service to all friends at Greenwich.

No. 114. New Castle Mar 15 1742/3.	£800

Sirs Twenty eight days after date pay to Mr Hugh Boag or Order the Sum of Eight Hundred Pounds for the value reced and place the same to Acct as advised by Your Hble Servt Ralph Featherstone

To Saml Child Esq & Co Temple Barr London

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