Letter – Hugh Boag to John Maule – 12 Mar 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Mar 1738
Correspondent: Hugh Boag
Recipient: John Maule
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Mr John Maule					Ravensworth Castle   12th March 1737/8

Dear Sr

	By this days Post is Inclosed for you, under 2 Covers , Directed for George Liddell Esq (to save Postage) a Copy of the Rentals of the Derwent[water] Estate [sent]  the Board in December last, as Mr Walton & I promised you in our last.

	I hope they will come safe to your hand you may either please to call for them, at his House in King Street Covent Garden or send some person for them.

	Your Kitt of Salmond is ordered & I hope will soon be with you accompanied with one to our good friend the Doctor to whom pray our Compliments, & to  Mrs Maule  I am for Mr Walton & self	Dr Sr Yo’r very Humb. Serv  

      Hugh Boag

The acct with the Acquittances we will be oblidged to send by the Carryers

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