Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 7 Jan 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 7 Jan 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mr James Wood Depy Treasurer of the Royall Hospitall at Greenwich at the Victuallg

Office on Tower Hill London

      Rav: Castle  January 7th  1736/7


	I had the pleasure of your faviour of the 11th of Decr advising me of the Receipt of mine of the Sixth wch I Included you Seven Bills for £420. 8. 51/2 for wch you wd have had my Earlier acknowledgemt of thanks had I not waited till I had Something of busyness to give you the Trouble of.

	Herein I Send you four bills amounting to Four Hundred and Fifty three pounds & three Farthings on Accot of the Rents of the Derwentwater Estate & for the use of the Royall Hospital at Greenwh wch I have made Mr Baker Dr for as I did for those Sent you before

	I begg to make you a tender of the Compliments of the Season and am

                                                                          Sr Your verry Hble Servt

                                                                                 Nichos Walton

Walter kirbeys bill dated 25 December 1736 at 45 ds £33. -.   3/4

Thomas Aireys Do dated 31 Ditto  at 40 Days          60. -. -

Geo: Blacks Do dated 6 January Inst at 28 Days       60. -. -

N Waltons Do dated 7 Ditto at 40 Days               300. -. -

                                                   £453. -.   3/4

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