Letter – Nicholas Walton to John King – 14 Feb 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Feb 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John King
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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To Mr King 							Ravensworth Castle Febry 14 .1741


      We have ordered our business so, as that it will be most Convenient to us to receive the Keswick & Thornthwaite Rents the 25 & 26 of March next, & if the Courts can be then holden we desire they may, & that you will give proper notice thereof. If they cannot Legally be holden then, you may fix any other timebut you are to Observe we cannot either of us be present if they are not holden the 25 & 26 of march next. This you will give us your Ans[we]r to by return of the Post, & let us have no mistakes which may anyway Inconvenience us in the Rect. of the Rents, which we have given notice will be received upon the days above mentioned We are

      Yours &c Walton & Boag

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