Letter – Hugh Boag to John Airey – 6 Jul 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Jul 1738
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: John Airey
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Jno. Airey Esqr 						Ravensworth Castle  July 6. 1738


	The inclosed I had from Mr Radley before I left London Desiring I wou’d Deliver it to you.

	The Board Complaind of <soe> high Charges in it & Mr Radley had it delivered him & he made these remarks & Deductions that is in it, I said as much as I could of the distance the places are from Newcastle that you went and sent to and the times of the year which made Severall of the Charges appear reasonable when so Explaind. Mr Radley no doubt has informed you of this Affair & that he not withstanding what I did has made a Deduction of £5-9-0. We Charge you with the £10-10 pd you on Acct of Moore against Woods . I am 

      Yours &c Hugh Boag

PS Please to returne me Mr Radley’s Letter  by the bearer.

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