Letter – Nicholas Walton to Mannock Strickland – 22 May 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 22 May 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Mannock Strickland
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mr Mannock Strickland

Sr                                                                              Ravensworth Castle  May 22d 1736

	We were favourd with Yours of the 13th March last & Observe the Termes you propose as to the returnes for Interest and Annuity due to Lord Peter & Lady Catherine Radcliff at Ladyday last past, & we are Ready to make the returnes on these Termes, but we desire & Expect that all Bills or Notes Sent you from time to time Shall be Noted & protested as the Law Directs & that Notice thereof Shall be given to us as they are so Noted & protested

	We have this day Sent into the hands of Mr Joseph Goodchild Nineteen promesary Notes etc amounting to One Thousand & Eighty Nine Pounds which with the one P Ct makes the whole Years Interest & Annuity due last Ladyday & we have desired Mr Goodchild to waite upon you with the Sd Notes & Bills, to whome we desire you will give proper Receipts & as it is Expected by our principalls that you produce an Authority for the the Receiving the Money & Also a proper Testimoniall of Lady Catherine Radcliffs life, we desire you will Satisfye Mr Goodchild as to these Pticulars

	For the future the Interest & Annuity may be returned halfe Yearly or as you desire it & we Shall always take care to doe it in that way which Shall be most agreeable to you. We are Sr  Your most Humble Servts

      Nichos Walton		Hugh Boag

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