Letter – Hugh Boag to William Corbett – 6 Nov 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Nov 1741
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: William Corbett
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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      Ravensworth Castle 6 November.  1741

To Wm Corbett Esq.


      Inclosed is a letter we have reced. from Mr Edwd Carlisle, Steward for the Dean and Chapter of Carlisle abt. The Renuall of Dilston and Lorbottle Tyths, in which he requires a proper power from the Commiss[ioners] directed to the Dean & Chapter to Renew to us in Trust for them.

	The 23rd Inst being the time fixed for Renewing them please to lay the letter before the Board that they may direct such a letter or writing to the Dean & Chapter shewing their pleasure thay they desire these Leases may be Renued to us in Trust for them.

	There is 16/6d a year (said to be a fee farm Rent in the Derwent Rentall) used to be paid the Dean & Chapter of Carlisle for some Lands in Corbridge, The paymentof wch has been discontinues for severall years past, by order of Board, as they had not put in there claime at the forfeiture: which please to observe he calls at R[en]t due for the Customary Lands in the Manour of Corbridge wch is the R[en]t he means of in his letter. We beg the Boards directions as to the payment of that Rent. I am for Mr Walton & Self 

      Sir your Most Hble Servt

      Hugh Boag

On a slip this written

Sr on Board the George are 3 firkins of butter which hope will prove good. She saled on Sunday last. If intends any Oates order aquaint for they will be dearer.

A Copy of Mr Edwd Carlisls letter sent the Board 6 Novemb 1741


	I reced. yours of the 25 Inst and Communicate the Contents to the Members of the Chapter now in town who desired me to return Answer. As to the Setting any fine can’t be done but in Chapter which whill be 23rd November next And would advise one of you Gent[leme]n to be here at that time And they Expect the Surrender of the last Lease granted to Mr Watson & Mr Hutchinson with proper powers from the Commissioners Directed to the Dean and Chapter to Renew the Leases to you for their use &c And that you will Also at the same time pay the arrears of Rent Due for the Customary Lands within the Man[o]r of Corbridge. I am with Due Respect &c  Messrs Your most Obed. Serv. Edwd Carlisle

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