Letter – Nicholas Walton to Robertson – 23 Feb 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Feb 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Robertson
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mr Robertson

      Ravensworth Castle  Febry 23d  1735/6

Mr Robertson                                                           

	This day we have wrote to Mrs Clavering of Scremerson for an Accot of what Damage She Sustained by the Town of Berweck working into the Coale Mine or Liberty of Scremerston & we understand that you can give the best Accot of it.  What we want is the Number of Superficiall Yards of Coale taken away & what Mrs Clavering may have lost by it & we desire youle Assist herin Explaining the whole fully, So as the Town of Berwick may make her a Satisfaction.  We are glad of your having agreed wth Mr Thompson for Surveying the Estates belonging to Greenwich Hospitall lying in the Neighbourhood.  & we disire you may be very Pticular & Exact in it as you are employd in it on our recommendation who are

              Your Most Humble Servts

              	Nick W & HB

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