Letter – Nicholas Walton – 17 Oct 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Oct 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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Messrs <…..> Goldsmiths at Temple Barr London

                                                                                  Ravensworth Castle  Octor 17th 1737


	I have Inclosed sent you three Promy Notes for One hundred and Forty pounds & my draught on Mr Benja Skatt for Eight Pounds Ten Shillings wch with the Allowance you are pleased to make for remittances in full for one years Annunity due to the heirs of Peter Chamberlain <abt> Lady daglish you will be pleased to send me a proper Recet for it by return of the Post.  The Letter you mention has Miscarry’d or you may be assured the Money wd have been Long a goe remitted you but I doe assure you tho I now send you it we have no money in our hands belonging the Hospitall  We have always a Recet of the Rents abt Mayday so that for the future if you write about that time it is the same thing to us to pay you then as it is to doe it at any after time.  I am for Mr Boag & Self

                                                            Gentn  Your most Obedt Servts              Nichos Walton

Anth <Boughes> Note to So Gaskin for  £40

Thos Reginalds     to Jas Huston for   55

Wm Goodchilds      Nath Colby for      45

N Waltons bill on B Skatt               8 10

                                     £148 10

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