Letter – Nicholas Walton to Joseph Goodchild – 5 Jun 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Jun 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Joseph Goodchild
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mr Joseph Goodchild

Dr Sr                                                                              Ravensworth Castle  June 5th 1736

	I send you Inclosed three Bills & one promry Note amounting to One Hundred & Forty Eight Pounds ten Shillings which with One per Cent allowed out of £150 makes one years Interest upon £3000 due to the Executor of the late Doctor Chamberlain at Lady day last which I desire you will pay to Messrs Paltock & Snow Goldsmiths without Temple Barr after they have produced a proper Authority to receive it.  It is due from the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospitall out of the Derwentwater Estate and the Recet must accordingly be made so, as you will observe by the Forme of a Recet for Lord Peters.  Mr Boag presents his Service to you & I am              Sr Your most Humble Servt

                                                                 Nichos Walton

Jane Watson’s bill on T Lequesne Esqr 

   dated 25th May last at 30 days      £51-19- 2

John Chantry’s Note to Mr Whitfield 

   dated 14 Do  at 40 days              35

Wm Kilvington’s bill on Chris Alderson 

   dated 2 June at 28 days              52-10

N Walton’s bill on Messrs Fowler & Co 

   dated 5 June Inst at 28 days          9-  -10


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