Letter – Hugh Boag to William Corbett – 1 Mar 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 1 Mar 1743
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: William Corbett
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To William Corbett Esq.                 				Ravensworth Castle March 1st 1742/3


       I reced the Boards Orders of the 23d February last and shall duly observe them.  Inclosed is the draught of Lorbottle Tyth Lease, Throckley Mill Lease, Graymare Colliery Lease, Hartside Colliery Lease & Dilston hall & Gardens to the Several Persons Confirmd for them for the Boards approbation before they be Ingrossd & as Mr Walton is in Town he will assist in Settling them.

       I have Sent Mr Wood a bill this day for £1000 payble at a Months date from 26 last Month on Acct of the Derw.r Rents reced.

       I am Sir Yours etc

       Hugh Boag

Mar 1 1742

Sir, yesterday was sent on board the George <…> 20 quarters of oats <….  …. .. .. …..> sent the next trip shall send <. Barr> with 2 quartrs to make up <…. L…> from yrs &c H B

The above section <….> to Mr Corbett in the Board’s letter

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