Letter – Nicholas Walton to William Radley – 13 Nov 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Nov 1741
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: William Radley
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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      Rav. Castle Nov 13, 1741

To Mr Wm Radley


	The Person whom the Comiss[ioner]s have agreed to grant Tack Notes too are Robt. Hetherington of Nenthead in the Parish of Alston Moor & County of Cumb[erland] Teoman, & John Chester of Hazley<well> in the Parish of Allendale & County of Northumb[erland], Yeoman for a vein called Rampgillhead [quer] Killhopehead in Aldstone Moor, & Jaames Scott of High Shaws in the parish of <Hartehill> & County of Northumb[erland ] Yeoman for a vein in the Barony of Langley.

	Pray forward these & the other Tack notes as the delay is a great discouragement to adventurers. We are Yrs &c

      Walton & Boag

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