Letter – Thomas Errington to Anna Radcliffe – 5 Nov 1722

Document Type: Letter
Date: 5 Nov 1722
Correspondent: Thomas Errington
Recipient: Anna Radcliffe
Archive Source: PSAN Misc Vols
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May it please your Ladyshipe. 		Capheaton Nouember the 5th: 1722 

This day I haue paid Mr. flenwicks and waters fifteen Hundred pounds, to be Returnd to mr. Henry Radbuane att London for your Ladyships vse, there is one Thousand pounds of it, out of the Estate Computed at or aboute three Thousand pounds pr ann, and the other ffiue Hundred pounds, is out of the money belonging to the Annuityes, I did thinke it was proper to pay this ffiue Hundred pound on the annuityes account, least mr. Radburne might haue occassion to pay those that may want theire Annuityes, I haue writt mr. Radburne this Same day to lett him know it, I doe not heare as yett, Sr: John Swinburns Lady is with Child, all this ffamilly are well, and giues theire humble Seruice to your Ladyshipe and fiamilly, and your Ladyshipe may be assured of it, that I am, 

Yor Ladyshipes faithfull and most obedient Seruant, Tho: Errington. 

For The Right Honn r able the Countis of Darwentwater att Bruxells in Flanders by way of London to Ostend pt pd London.
PSAN 3rd ser, Vol 7, (1915-6), pp.69

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