Letter – Nicholas Walton to Joseph Pearson – 9 Sep 1743

Document Type: Letter
Date: 9 Sep 1743
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Joseph Pearson
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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To Mr Joseph Pearson.					 Ravensworth Castle September 9 1743

Mr Pearson 

       As it is Inconvenient to both Mr Boag and me to come to Keswick to receive the Rents due at Mayday and Pentecost last and as I shall be at Alstone the 30th Inst at night, I must desire you will come thither that Evening with the Rents beforementioned   which you are to receive in the meantime I shall allow all reasonable Expences which shall attend the receiving of them & bringing them to me.  You have by you an exact Rentall, so that I begg you will with great Exactness collect the whole.  I shall expect to see you in the evening of the 30th Inst at Alstone house, and hope to dispatch you, so as that you may returne the next day as early as you think proper.  Take care to collect such Fines or Arrears of Fines as are due.  My Complemts pray to Mr Christien; my Landlord Grave etc & you’ll oblige

       Your very Hble Servt

       Nichos Walton

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