Letter – Nicholas Walton to Gawen Aynsley – 31 Dec 1735

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Dec 1735
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Gawen Aynsley
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Gawen Aynsley Esqr

      Ravensworth Castle  Decemr 31st 1735


      We have last Post a Letter from Thomas Corbett Esqr signifying to us the Commands of the Directors of Greenwich Hospitall which are to enquire into the right of the matter in dispute about the payment of the Tyths for yours & Mr Cragys part of the Common allotted you upon Whelpington Division

	In Order Sr that we may be able to make a true State thereof & representation pursuant to the Direction Given us, we desire you will favour us with your objections to the Man paymt of the Tyth for the above mentioned Common Inclosed as we apprehend it to be Subject to the payment of Tyth  Your Letter will find one of us at this place any day before Monday next, & we will think our selves very much Obliged to you in having it, as we woud give the Derectors our opinions before we sett out upon receiving the Rents and that we propose doing next Monday.  

      We are SrYour most Obed Hble Servs

                         Nichos Walton Hugh Boag

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