Letter – Nicholas Walton to Mannock Strickland – 11 Jul 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Jul 1741
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Mannock Strickland
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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      Ravensworth Castle July 11. 1741

To Mr Manock Strickland


      Above is my bill on Mr Benjamin Skutt for Ninety Nine pounds which pray Acknowledge the Rect. of after you have got it Accepted & return me a proper Rect. for the Years Annuity due at last Ladyday to Lady Cathrine Radcliffe. The Certificate of the Lady’s being alive you will please to Shew Mr Skutt when you tender the bill to him for Acceptance, and when he pays you the money deliver him it up. I will give an ansr. to that part of your Letter relating to the Tythe you mention in a few days & I am for Mr Boag & Self Sir

      Yours &c

      Nich. Walton

Ravensworth Castle July 11. 1741

Dear Sir Twenty eight days after date pray pay Mr Mannick Strakland or his order Ninety Nine pounds    (on his procuring and delivering you up a proper Testemonial of Lady Cathrine Radcliffs being alive at last Lady day) And place it to Acct as Advised by 

Si Your most Hble Servt. Nich. Walton

To Mr Benjamin Skutt in Kings Street St. Anns, London

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