Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Reeds – 8 May 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 8 May 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Reeds
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To James <Reeds> Esqr

      Ravensworth Castle  May 8th 1737


	We wrote you the 18 March last and Inclosed 15 Acquitts which were signed by the Severall Persons you were pleased to mention but having heard nothing from You about the Receipt of them are in some doubt that they may not be come to your hand  please to advise us

	We will be glad to hear of our Accot being passed before the Chancellor of the Exchequer.  If I Remember right were pleased to say there would be a declaration about the latter end of March last.

	What Charges the Letters has been please putt to Accot & when our Accot is passed lett us know and we will Send you a bill for the whole Expence.  We are

                              Sir         Your very Humble Servts

                                                           Nichos Walton

                                                           Hugh Boag
Addressees name blurred – possibly ‘Reeds’

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