Letter – Nicholas Walton to Joseph Pearson – 8 Apr 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 Apr 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Joseph Pearson
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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Mr Pearson                                                Ravensworth Castle  April 8 1737

	Mr Boag will be at Keswick the 21 of this Month in the evening and will receive the Keswick Rents the day following he will stay with you only two days so that pray have every thing ready for him

	I am Concerned to hear of the Accident of burning the Kill at Keswick not only on Accot of the Loss to the Hospitall but for the Loss the Owner of the Corn Suffered as well as the Disapointment to the poor miller.  You may Immediately Sett Abot the repairing of it, but take Care to have it done in a reasonable way.

	I wish Mr King Joy to whom as well as his Lady my very Hble Service Your most Hble Servt  

      Nichos Walton 


PS	It wd have been well If you had Acquainted us wth your Expence of repairing this Kill may be as before we give directions in any repaire we are obliged to take the Directions of the Board if it exceeds £10  You are not therefore to begin wth this unless the Expence be below tt Sum.

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