Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Hunter – 12 Feb 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 12 Feb 1738
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Hunter
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To James Hunter Esq.					Ravensworth Castle   Febry 12th.1737/8  


	We were favourd with yours of the 7th of Febry.Inst last post for which we return you our hearty thanks, as well as for the Abstract of our Accot. by which it appears there was a Balance due to us of £96.17.10 3/4 , being Eighteen Guineas Increased by the Charge of  passing the said Accot. 

	This post we have wrote Mr benja[min] Shutt to waite upon you, & pay you the Fees, to whom we desire you will deliver the Quietus & Accot. in Order that he may forward it to us.

	We are near ready with our Accot. for the last Year, which shall be sent Mr Corbett as soon as finish’d with the severall Vouchers & hope it will goe thro’ the proper hands & Come into yours in due time for the next declaration of Accots.

	We think our Selves much obliged to you, for your good Offices in Obtaining this Quietus &c & hope we shall always act wth that Justice to the Hospital as will merit the Continuance of your friendship & we do assure you it shall allways be acknowledged with Gratitude & we are

      Sir Your most Obliged Hbl Servts

      Nich. Walton Hugh Boag
James Hunter was auditor of the Greenwich Hospital accounts.

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