Letter – Nicholas Walton to Thomas Madox – 2 Nov 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 2 Nov 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Thomas Madox
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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Mr Madox

Sr                                                                                  Ravensworth Castle  Novemr 5th 1736

	Inclosed I send you five bills amounting to Eight hundred & Seventy five pounds & two pence for Accot of the Derwentwater Estate  I Reced Godfreys Note for Eighty three pounds for which I have given you Credit & for the future will take Care to Send you no paper that has portugall gold or Moidores in It         I am Sr Yours etc    Nichos Walton

Chas Broughton bill on Thos Forster dated 5 Octor 1736 

  N.S. payable to Jno Lynton at 2 Usance              £102.18. 6

Wm Radleys bill on Jno Tennant & Co dated 15 Do O.S

  Payble to Geo Liddell Esqr at 28 days date           209. 9. 2 3/4

Wm Radleys Bill on Matt Langley & Co dated 15 Octor 

  O.S. payble to George Liddell Esqr at 28 days        241. 4. 9 3/4

Do Do on Wm Hodshon & Co dated 26 Do 

  payble to Do at Do                                   216. 7. 7 1/2

Samul Arthur Do on James Masters & Co dated 2 Novr 

  1736 payble to Messrs Walton & Boag at 20 days date  105.  .

                                                      £875.  . 2

Gentn                                                              Morpeth the 2d Novemr 1736

Twenty days after date hereof pray pay Messrs Walton & Boag One Hundred & Five pounds (value reced) & place it to my Accot as advised by.   Gentn Your most Hble Servt  Samiel Arthur

To Mr James Masters & Coy  Cheesemongers in Thames Street London	   £105

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