Letter – John Maule to Nicholas Walton – 19 Sep 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Sep 1741
Correspondent: John Maule
Recipient: Nicholas Walton
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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Mr Maull to Messrs W&B

      Royal Hospital at Greenwich 19 Sep 1741


	Before I came into this Hospital I was Bound for a Brother of  ine for £100 …… and by misfortunces he has failed & they have come upon me in a hurry for the money, which I must pay presently or be Exposed, therefore not to let my Circumstances be known where I am, I must humbly Implore your Assistance to Lend me the foresaid sum and I shall give my bond to whom you desire payable with Common Interest this time twelve months when the House is paid and I Assure you I shall be very punctual in the discharging of it at that time besides it will be the greatest favour possibly can be done me at this time which I hope your goodness will comply with as soon as you can which shall never be forgott with all others formerly rec’d & if it ever lyes in my power to serve any of you or yours I shall with the utmost pleasure comply therwith.  I expected by this time to have had your Acct. with an ansr. of one I wrote you some time ago but I have not had the pleasure as yet to receive any of them, but when your acct. comes you may depend upon care and dispatchin what relates to me: so hoping you’ll favour me with an Ansr. & comply with my petition, I being in a hurry must conclude

      Gent. Your most Hble Sert.

      Jo. Maull 
referred to in Walton’s letter to Benj Skutt of 23 Sept

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