Letter – Hugh Boag to James Wood – 18 Dec 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Dec 1741
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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To Mr Jas Wood 					Ravensworth Castle 18 Decem . 1741


       Inclosed is a bill on Thomas Ripley Esq for £30 payable to yourself Ten days after date which please to place to our Credit on Accot. of the Rest of the Derwentwater Rents & acknowledge the rect. of the bill when you receive it. I am for Mr Walton & self Sir, Your verry Hble Sert.

       Hugh Boag

To Thos Ripley Esq 					Ravensworth Castle 18 Decem . 1741


       I have this day taken the Liberty to draw upon you for £30 – 0 – 0  paid Mr Isaac Thompson the Surveyor some time since on Accot. of Surveying the Rt. Hoble Sir Robt Walpoles estate near Houghton as you was pleased to Order. Have made it payble at Ten days after date to Mr james Wood Deputy Treasurer for Greenwich Hospitall which I hope you will please to order the payment of. I am for my Partner Mr Walton & selfe

       Sir Your very Hble Servt.

       	Hugh Boag 

Ravensworth Castle 18 Decem . 1741

Sir Ten days after date pay Mr James Wood or his Order thirty pounds & place it to Accot. as advised by  Sir Your very Hble Servt Hugh Boag 

To Thomas Ripley Esq in Scotland Yard, London.

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