Letter – Nicholas Walton to Hugh Boag – 18 Oct 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 18 Oct 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Hugh Boag
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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Mr Boag                                                                   Ravensworth Castle  [October] 18 1736

	This day Mr Dobson has offerd to give for the Tyths of Midford One Hundred and two pounds on Lease for 21 Years, with which I have acquainted Mr Corbett this post, & I also thought it proper to advise you of it as you will recomend our friend Mr Dobson as a good Tennant & the best bidder.  All ypur Family are well & I am   Your most Hble Servt

                                                                                                   Nicho Walton

To Mr Hugh Boag

To Wm Corbett Esqr

Sr                                                                                   Ravenswh Castle  [October] 18th 1736

	This day I had an offer from Mr Richard Dobson of Redheugh for the Tyths of Midford for which he Offers to pay on Lease for 21 Years One Hundred & two pounds per Annum with which I thought proper to Acquaint you as I apprehend you will be Confirming agreemt dayly                    I am Sr Your most Obedt Servt            Nichos Walton

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