Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Maule – 27 Dec 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 Dec 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Maule
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr John Maull                     				Ravenswth Castle Decemb 27 1742

Dear Sir

       We reced both your Letters of the 4th & 9 Inst in answer to which we are preparing Rentals for Mr <Aswel’s> Clark which you may please to Acquaint him shall be sent him as soon as they are ready, in the meantime we hope there needs not be any stop in the necessary preparations which Mr Clark will have to make for the first declaration <> part we have no doubt but you will give the Accts the necessary despatch.  Pray present our Service to Mr Woodhouse & tell him we hope he will forward the two <> all he can.

       Inclosed we send you the Testimonial of Lady Kath Radcliffes being alive when the last Annuity became due & Mr Strickland Reced for the Annuity due at last Ladyday dated the 25 Novem last.  It is Charged in June last & then was remitted by us to London to be paid but Mr <Audl’s> Clark being out of Town the Testimonial Could not be gott Signed sooner than the 11 Novemb last which is the reason why the recet is not dated to Correspond with the Entery in our Cash Acct but this need make no difference as the recet shews the money to be paid.  The other Recet we hope you have found among the Vouchers. 

       As to the Money wch is due from you to us, we are no way uneasie about it, but when it is Convenient to you to pay it we will be ready to order a person to receive it & in the mean time the <> may be allowed out of the Annuall payment we shall remit you soon.  Our Compliments attend you and yours who we wish many happy New Years & we are

       Sir  Yours etc

       Walton & Boag

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