Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 16 Nov 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 16 Nov 1738
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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Ravensworth Castle Nov. 16. 1738

To Mr James Wood, [Deptford]

Jas Colliers prom[isor]y Note to Mr Silvester Esqr dated 

   11 July last                                           £100  0  0

A French bill on Peter Flower dated 11 Oct [inst] for      300  0  0

Jane Watsons bill on Messrs Neal & Co. dated 5 Oct

   <O Sa Co.ds>                                            207  8  0

Do’s on Messrs Robt Dillon dated 18 Do. 40 days            113  5  4

Samuell Arthurs Do. on Samuel Phillips dated 3 Nov 

   at 15 days                                               15  0  0 

Do’s Do. on Edwd Halsey  dated 4 Do. at 20 days             75  0  0

Do’s Do. on Wm Fisher dated 4 Do. at 20 days                71  5  0

Geo Blacks Do. on Robt Willson dated 7 Do. at 28 days       20  0  0

Nich Waltons Do. on Benja Skutt dated 16 Do. at 28 days     98  1  8

                                                         £1000  0  0

Dr Sir

	Above is a List of prom[isor]y Notes & Bills amounting to One Thousand pounds on Accot of the Rents of the Derwentwater Estate, for which we have made you Dt this day. Pray present our best Services to all friends & we hope you will accept of the same from , Dr Sir

      Your most Hble Servts 

      Nich Walton Hugh Boag

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