Letter – Hugh Boag to John Maule – 25 Feb 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Feb 1743
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: John Maule
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr John Maul at Greenwich.                    			Ravensworth Castle 25th Feb 1742/3

Dear Sir

       As I think you have had no answer about our finding Lady Cath Radcliffes Annuity Recet given by Mr Strickland dated the 25th of Nov 1741 I thought it proper to take notice to you that by this time Mr Walton will be at London on Some other Accts distinct from the Hospitals Affaires will Enquire dilligently of Mr Skutt who pd it where it Can be and if it Cannot be found he will Endeavour as I hope he will gett a Certificate of Mr Strickland that it was actually pd at that time.

       I thought proper to Write to you this as perhaps it may be some little time before you See him  my Service to Mrs Maul and all Friends.

       I am Dear Sir Your Hble Servt

       Hugh Boag

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