Letter – Nicholas Walton, Hugh Boag to George Liddell – 30 Jan 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Jan 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton, Hugh Boag
Recipient: George Liddell
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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A Computed Survey of the Derwentwater Estate Janury 1735/6  Viz

                                Inground Commons

Dilstone Ingrounds abt 1200 acres  1200   3000

  & a Share in abt 3000

Corbridge abt                       350

Newlands &Whittonstall abt         1700   2500 

Thornbrugh abt                     1000

Newton Hall a Share on              300   2000

  Shilldon abt

Throckley a Share or 1/2 of         400    400

  400 Acres moore                

Middleton Hall abt                  550    450

Spindleston abt                    1670

Outchester abt                     1760

Langley Barroney abt               6000   8000

Alnwick Closes abt                   20

Fourston Fell abt                          800

Coastley & its Apurtunances abt    2000

Wark & Elrington abt               1500   1800

Bellingham Waiste abt                     5000

Hexhamshire Estates abt            4000

Alston Moore abt                    140  40000

Keswick abt                         600  13000

Meldon & its Apurtunances abt      4500

The Lee Houses I reckon as moore           500

  it Lying near Elsdon abt

                                   27690 77450

	Suposing there is yet to Survey Exclusive of Scremorston 

27500 Acres of Inground at 21/2d per Acre it amounts to   £286- 9- 2

	Suposing the Moores or Waists Including where 

they have only Shares & are Lords, Exclusive of a 

Claim the Hexhamshire & Coastley Estates have on Mr

Blackets Comm is 77500 at 1 1/2d per Acre amounts to      £478- 2- 8


a Coppy of this Sent Geo Liddell Esqr  Janry 30th 1735/6
Copy of a Survey of the Derwentwater Estate

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