Letter – Nicholas Walton to Thomas Maddox – 20 Feb 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 20 Feb 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Thomas Maddox
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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Sr                                                                        	Ravensworth Castle  Febry 20th  1735/6

	Inclosed herein you will receive four Bills amounting to Three Hundred & Sixty Six pounds Eleven Shillings & Seven pence being part of the Rents of Greenwich Hospitall reced by us for wch we have this day made you D[ebto]r

	We thought it needless to give you any answer to yours about the Bill for £100-5-d as it will be punctually paid.  below is a Coppy of what bills is Sent you now by 

      Srs   Yours etc Nichos Walton		Hugh Boag

Sr                                                     			Spalding   Janry 1st 1735   £60

Two Months after date pay Mr John Dagnia or order Sixty Pounds and place it to Accot as Per advice from Sr Your Hble Servt 

      John Graham

To Mr Joseph Aycliffe & Co on Breadstreet Hill London

                                                                                	Newcastle  January 23d 1735

Thirty days after date please to pay Sir Henry Liddell Bart or order Forty Six Pounds Eleven Shillings & Seven pence Value Received as advised by Sir Your most Humble Servt

      Jane Watson

To John Lequesne Esqr Merchant in London                                                                   

£200    Sr                                                            	Newcastle February the 15th 1735/6

Twenty days after Sight hereof please to pay to Messrs Walton & Dawson Two hundred pounds Sterling for Value of them & place the Same to Account of Subsistance of the Honble Brigder Generall Handesyds Regiment as per advise from Sr: Yr most obedient Servant

      Geo Collingwood

To Major Sawyer in Great Poultney Street London

							Newcastle February the 19th 1735   

£60 : 0 : 0

Sirs Twenty Six days after date Pay to Mr Wm Walton & Co or order the Sum of Sixty Pounds Value Received and place it to Accot as advised by Self and Co 

      Wm Teasdaile

To Mr Christopher Newdigate & Co Cheasmongers in Thames Street London
Recipient unclear, but assigned here to Thomas Maddox to hwom previous letters with bills were addressed.

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