Letter – Nicholas Walton to Ann Clavering – 23 Feb 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Feb 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Ann Clavering
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mrs Clavering   Scremerston

      Ravensworth Castle  Febry 23d  1735/6


	We were in hopes that you woud have favourered us with A State of the Case betwixt you & the Town of Berweck relating the damage you Sustained by their working into Scremerston liberty we mean what quantity of Coale was Actually taken away which as you have not Sent us we desire you may doe it by the returne of the Post or as Soon as it can be without inconveniance to your Selfe

	When you have Sent us this Accot we intend writing to the Mayor of Berweck who we doubt not will doe you all the Justice imaginable however you may be assured that you as well as the Hospitall Shall have Justice done them

      We are Madam Yor most Humble Servts

      NW & HB

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