Letter – Nicholas Walton to Edward Carlisle – 25 Oct 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Oct 1741
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Edward Carlisle
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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Ravensworth Castle  Octo. 25th  1741

To Mr Edwd Carlisle at Carlisle


	We have received directions from the Comm[issione]rs of Greenwich Hospitall for renewing the Leases of Dilston & Lorbottle Tyths in our nmes, in Trust for them, which occasions us giving you this trouble, to know when it will be a proper  time to waite on the Chapter for such a Renewal, or whether it can be done without ones, or both our presences. Please also to Inform us what fine the Chapter Expect at this Renewal – The last time Mr Watson & Mr Hutchinson renew’d them in trust for the Commissioners they paid £55.0.0 as we are informed – Your Answer as soon as conveniently you can will very much oblige. 

      Sr Yours &c 

      Walton & Boag

PS Please to Direct for us at Ravensworth Castle near Durham
It appears from a later letter that Edward Carlisle was steward to the Dean & Chapter of Carlisle.

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