Letter – Hugh Boag to James Wood – 25 Mar 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Mar 1743
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr James Wood.                  					Rav. Castle. Mar 25 1743


       Above [below] is Mr Waltons Bill for £214.15.3 1/4 (the amount of your Debentures sent me ) on Mr Benjamin Skutt payable in the days which I hope youll receive safe.

       Mr Mountainey the Collector at South Shields did but pay it till yesterday.   I am for Mr Walton & Self

       Yours etc 

       Hugh Boag

PS Advise us of the Recet of this.

Ravensworth Castle Mar 25 1743

Dear Sir Fourteen days after date pray pay Mr J Wood or his Order Two hundred & fourteen pounds fifteen Shillings & three pence farthing (for Value reced) and place it to Sir Henry Liddell Barts Acct as advised by Sir Your most Hum Servt Nich Walton

To Mr Ben Skutt in Kings Road St Anns London

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