Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 17 Jan 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 17 Jan 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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To Mr Jas. Wood					 Ravensworth Castle Jan 17. 1741


      Above you have a Bill drawn on Mr Benjamin Skutt for one hundred ponds & one inclosed therewith for two hundred pounds upon Hen.Ord Esqr which together make £300 – on Accotof the Rent & Profitts of the Derwentwater Estate which pray on rect. thereof acknowledge. We hope you recd. ours of the 5 of January Inclosing you two bills for £646.13.5 (of which for the Derwt. Rents £547.8.7 ¼ & for the Bill you sent down on H.Grey Esqr £109.4.9 ¾ .  We are 

      Sir Yours &c 

      Walton & Boag

N. Waltons bill on Mr Skutt dated 17 Jan .1741 £100

R Fetherstons Dr. on H Ord Esq dated 16 Do.     200 


Newcastle January 16.1741.  £200

Sir Twenty days fter date pay to Mr Nich. Walton or orde the sum oof Two hundred pounds for the value received and place the same to Accot. as advised by Your Hble Servt Ralph Fetherston

To Henry Ord Esqr. Exchequer Office Inner Temple, London

Ravensworth Castle Janry 17. 1741

Dear Sir : Twenty days after date pay Mr James Wood or order  One hundred pounds value in Acct & place the same to Sr. Henry Liddell Bts Accot. as advised by, Sr Your most Hble Sert.

Nichos. Walton

To Mr Ben. Skutt in Kings Street St Anns London

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