Letter – Nicholas Walton to Thomas Madox – 23 Jul 1736

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Jul 1736
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Thomas Madox
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 105
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To Thomas Madox  Cashier of the Bank of Engd

Ravensworth Castle  July 23d 1736


	I have this day Inclosed herein Sent you three Promry Notes and two Bills amounting to Three Hundred & Five pounds Seventeen Shillings, for wch I have made your Accot Dn to the Honble the Commissrs of Greenwich Hospitall for part of the Rents of the Derwentwater Estate reced by Mr Boag   & Sr Your most Obedt & most Hble Sert 

                                                                                                Nichos Walton

Jno Butlers promry Note to Thos Milner 

  dated 26 June 1736 at 40 days         £40-  -

Bailey & Allens bill on Thos Allen 

  dated 7 July Inst at 60 days           60-  -

Do Do  on Do  

  dated 10 Do at 60 days                175-17-

Jno Butlers promry Note to Thos 

  Landifield dated 16 Doat 40 days       15-  -

Thos Pointers Junr to Do

  dated 16 Do at 40 days                 15-  -


Nichos Walton

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