Letter – Nicholas Walton to Abraham Bunting – 8 Mar 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Mar 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Abraham Bunting
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mr Bunting

      Rav Castle  March 8th 1735/6

Mr Bunting                                                                      

	We reced yours & thank you for your care in detecting Readhead who we will take proper care of & we desire you take as much care as possible in preventing him removing any more Stones & what you See of that or any other kind pray Comuncate to us 

	There is Some Trees blown down at Meldon which we desire you may goe over & dispose of to the best advantage to the Hospitall, they were growing near the old Chapple & Some people there may amuse you that they belong to the Chappell yard but you are not to Regard but Sell them all

	When you are there or in your way thither pray goe to Hartburne Grainge & acquaint Mr <Twizle> that you have orders to lay off Alderman Claytons Bob Engine & if he is at home desire him to goe with you to the place & take Liddell & Arthur the under Tennts with you Also.  And Cutt the Troughs & Sett the Water from her.  Take notice of the day it is done & in whose presence.  Doe this as Soon as possible & youle Oblidge

      Yr Humble Servts  NW & HB

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