Letter – Nicholas Walton to Thomas Snow – 6 Aug 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 6 Aug 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Thomas Snow
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66/107
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Dear Sir Ravensworth Castle  July 31st  1742  £118.16.

Twenty Eight days after date pray pay Mr Thomas Snow and Compy or their Order One Hundred and Eighteen Pounds Sixteen Shillings value in Acct and place it to Acct as advised by Sir Your most Hble Servt Nichos. Walton

To Mr Benjamin Skutt In King Street St Anns London

To Mr T Snow & Company       


      Above is my Bill on Mr Skutt for one hundred & Eighteen pounds Sixteen shillings which with remittances of £1.4. makes £120 a year Interest on £3000 due at Lady day last to the Heirs of Dr Chamberlain for which Sum pray Inclose me a proper Rect. as usuall and you’ll oblige  Sir 

      Your most Hble Sert.     Nicholas Walton

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