Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 29 Jun 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Jun 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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To Mr James Wood 						Ravensworth Castle  June 29 th 1742


      I have sent you a bill on William Bell Esqr for £58.19.7½ for the Second Loading of Coales Sent the Hospital.  I have made it payable to your self upon your Demand: as it has been long due and as our yearly Acct. Terminates the 30 th <Inst. > it Induces me to do it so

      Please to Acknowledge the Rect. of the Bill and place it to the Acct of my p’tner & Self upon the Acct. of the Rents & profitts of the Derwentwater Estate       I am

      Sir  your very Humble Servt.

      Hugh Boag

Sir Ravensworth Castle  29 th June 1742

Upon Mr James Woods own Demand please pay him or Order Fifty Three pound Nineteen Shillings and 7½ d Value of the Second Loading of Coales Sent for the Use of Greenwich Hospital this Year I Am Sir your very Hble Servt Hugh Boag

To William Bell Esqr at the Royal Hospital at Greenwich

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