Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Maule – 8 Feb 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Feb 1743
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Maule
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr John Maule.                 				Ravensworth Castle Febry 8th 1742/3

Dear Sir

       We have been kept so busy since Christmas that we have Extended the time of Sending you the usuall remittance due the 31 December last which we hope you & the rest of our friends will Excuse above we send you a bill for £10.18. -  on Mr  <Strutt> payable on demand which with the Cred.t we have given your Acct for one Years Interest make up the Annual payment £18.18.-  as below which you will please dispose of Accordingly.  We are much obliged to you for the despatch you have given our last Acct which we observe has had the Sanction of the Board & with our Complent to your <fam> & all friends we are

       Sir Yours etc

       Walton & Boag

Due to Mr Maule deducting £5 for Int  £ 5.10

    to him for Postage of Letters     £ 2. 2

    to his Clerk                      £ 2.12.6

    to Mr Woodhouse                   £ 2.12.6

    to Drink with our friends         £ 1. 1.


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