Letter – Nicholas Walton to Rev Richardson – 17 Dec 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Dec 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Rev Richardson
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To the Revd Mr Richardson

Dear Sr                                                                       Ravensworth Castle  Decemr 17  1736

	I was favoured with yours some time after its date at a time when I was was in the greatest of our hurry with the Derwentwater Tennants, on the Last advertizmt which hindred me from answering it in Course.

	What you request as to Mr Bulman I have no manner of Objection to provided it no way Interfered with the Hospitalls Tennants at Scremmerston.  Inclosed you have a Licence directed to Mrs Clavering One of the Tennants to whom if Mr Bulman apply his Tennants may be Served, but I desire he may give directions that they win them in Such way as not to give our Tennants reason to Complain.  Pray my Service to Mr Bulman & give me Leave to assure you that I am                                       Sr     Yours etc

                                                                                   N Walton


I do here by authorize and Impower (for and on the behalf of the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital) Mr Bulman of Morpeth to Winn in the Liberty or Common of Scremerston what Limestones he has occasion for for his Tennants near the same provided that the same be won in such manner as not to Interfere or Inconvenience the tenants of the sd Hospital, and that the sd Mr Bulman pay such a Satisfaction as is agreed upon, & that the same be won within 12 Months from the 11 November last.  Witness my hand at Rav Castle the 17 December 1736                                 Nichos Walton

To Mrs Clavering & others Tennants at Scremmerston These [presents]

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