Letter – Nicholas Walton, to Thomas Maddox – 24 Jan 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Jan 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton,
Recipient: Thomas Maddox
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Mr Madox

                                                                                   Ravensworth Castle  Janury 24th 1735/6

	We Send you inclosed four bills amounting to Seven Hundred & Eighty seven pounds Nine Shillings & Sixpence being part of the Rents of the Estate late James Earl of Derwentwater, which Rents we are directed by the Directors of Greenwich Hospitall to remit to you, & we have Debited your acct wth the Same as will as £728 4s 10d Delivered you in a bill & bank Note by Thomas Corbett Esqr

	You’ll be pleased to advise of your rect of the said Bills & you’l very much Oblidge

                                                                                           Sr, Your most Obedt Servt

                                                                                                       Nichos Walton & H.B.


As we are Strangers how to direct to you least there should be any miscarriage we Inclose this to Geo Liddell Esqr

£200                                                                         Newcastle  January the 21st 1735/6

Sr	Twenty Days after Sight please to pay to Messr Walton & boag or their order Two Hundred pounds Sterling for Vallue recd and place the Same to accot of Subsistance of the Honble Brigdr Generall Handesyds Regiment as per advice from Sr your most Obedient Servant

      Geo Collingwood

To Major Tayrer in Great Poultney Street London

                                                                          South Shields  January 11th 1735   £287:9:6

Sr	Twenty Eight days after date, pay Geo Liddill Esqr or order two Hundred, Eighty Seven pounds nine Shillings and Sixpence (Vallue recd) as by Advice from your most Humbl Servt

      Wm Radley

To Mr John Tennant & Comp  Merchants In London

                                                                  Lynn R[egi]s  25th October 1735   £200

Fifty Days after date pay Wm Hudson or Order Two Hundred pound Vallue rd as by advice from  Baily & Allen

To Mr Thomas Allen In Greys Inn London

                                                                         Newcastle  Janury the 22d 1735/6

Sr	Twenty Days after date pay to Messr Walton & Boag the Sum of one Hundred Pound Value recd & place to accot as per advice from your humble Servt

      Richd Thomlinson

To Mr Jere Smith Mercht In Martins lane Cannon Street London
Includes Bills

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