Letter – Hugh Boag to John King – 19 Apr 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Apr 1743
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: John King
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr Jno King.                					Ravensworth Castle  19 April 1743

Dear Sir

       I reced your favour with my bunch of keys which I am very thankful for, and am much obliged to you for the care you have taken in Sending them.  I had wrote back to Mr Pearson and others for to Enquire after them.

       I forgot to desire of you to send us a Copy of the Call Roll for last Court and also for every Court for we should always (as Mr Simpson does) have a Copy of yr Call Roll with the <bordeiis>

       I had no talk with Mr Simpson about the <Almation> fines but will Informe our Selves and if you do<cal..> same time it will be as well.

       I shall leave a bottle of the best Ink for you at Mr Rays Shop.

I am for Mrs Walton & Self 

                Sir.  Your Hble Servt

                           H Boag

PS Send us at Least Copys of all the Court Calls Since we were not with you at the Courts & Inclosed the last.

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