Letter – Nicholas Walton to Henry Airey – 3 Mar 1772

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Mar 1772
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Henry Airey
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/96
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Mr Henry Airey

      Farnacres 3 March 1772 

Dear Sir

                As I purpose attending a Dock Meeting tomorrow I wish it might be convenient to you and Brother Jonathon to settle for the last 2000 pieces of Lead sold to Messrs Hall & Nesbitt tomorrow morning.  I would not chuse to settle for more than the above at present & desire youll be so obliging as have everything ready ag. I call upon you which I expect will be ab. Eleven.

      I am  Dear Sir your very Aff Bro

      N W Junr.

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