Letter – Nicholas Walton to Mrs Clavering – 12 Apr 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Apr 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Mrs Clavering
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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Madam                                                                  Ravensworth Castle  April 12th 1736

	I was last Post favoured with yours informg me of the proceedings of the Tennants of Berwick Colliery, & I have this day wrote to the Mayor to desire he may put a Stop to it so as you may have no further trouble, or fears upon you

	Mr Boag & I has also wrote to the Mayor that we hope he will make a Satisfaction for the loss we have allready Sustained, & you may be assured that we will use proper methods to doe you & the Hospitall Justice in that Affair.

	I Shall be verry glad to hear that they desist from Sinking; If they doe not I desire you’ll acquaint Mr Boag or me, as you may believe we will Compell them to doe what is Just & reasonable                                             I am Madam        Your most Hble Servt

                                                                                                  Nichos Walton

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