Letter – Hugh Boag to John Aynesley – 14 Mar 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Mar 1742
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: John Aynesley
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr John Anesley in Hexham.				Ravenswth Castle 14 March 1742/3


       My being in the North upon business is the reason I did not ans. yours of the 8th Inst sooner.   Your Tennant is verry welcome to Winn 60 Fothers of Limestones at Millhilles for his use at Low hall provided he does not interfere with the Tennants Quarry so as to occasion a Complaint.

       I am verry ready as so <wend> my ptnr to grant any thing in our power to oblige you  I am  for Mr Walton & Self.      

       Sir Yours etc H Boag.

PS   I have Wrote to Mr Bunting to see that your Tennant have Liberty, its usual to take a Licence of the Bayliff.

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