Letter – Isaac Hunter to Thomas Crawhall – 30 Jan 1799

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Jan 1799
Correspondent: Isaac Hunter
Recipient: Thomas Crawhall
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 208
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Dr Sir,

Yours dated the 26th inst I rec’d last night the Land Tax for Lintzgarth is allowed but not for Crook Oak. There are no other Estates in Rookhope but Lintzgarth that comes into my rental that pays Land Tax. The Redburn Mr Bell has the management of, I have sent a Servant to him acquainting him with the purport of your Letter

   I am in haste  Yr Obt Servt I Hunter	

   Dukesfd 30 Jan 1799

Mr. Tho Crawhall   Col Beaumont’s office   Westgate St, N’castle

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