Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 5 Jan 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Jan 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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To Mr James Wood 					Ravensworth Castle Janry 5th . 1741 

Dear Sir: 

	Herein we send you two Bills value Six hundred and fifty six pounds thirteen shillings and five pence, which we desire you will make application of as follows Vizt Five hundred & forty seven pounds eight shillings & seven pence farthing on accot. of the Rents, Issues & profits of the Derwentwater Estate; & one hundred and nine pounds four shillings & nine pence three farthings in full of J Towreys bill on Henry Grey Esq. for that value, which we have recd. on your Accot. Please to Acknowledge the Rect hereof by return of the post & you’l oblige

	Sir Yours &c

		Walton & Boag

Ralph Fetherstons bill on Saml. Child Esq &Co dated 26 December   £500

Thomas Hills      Do   on Matt. Langley dated 31 Do.               156 13  5

                                                                  £656 13  5

To apply  £547.8.7 ¼ on Accot. of the Derwt Rents&c

To apply  £109.4.9 ¾ to the paymt of Bill on H Grey Esqr


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