Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 21 May 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 21 May 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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Mr Wood           					Ravensworth Castle  May 21st 1742

Dear Sir

      Inclosed herein I send you five Bills vallue one Thousand Pounds on Acct of the Rent & profit of the Derwentwater estate and which Pray acknowledge the Rect of as below & you’ll oblige Sir

      Yours etc   Nicho. Walton

Jas. Barts bill on Sam Pearce dated to May Inst 

  at 40 days                                             £40

Wm. Sheels Do. on Robt. Smith dated 11 D[itt]o

  at 10 days                                             £53  7  9 1/2

John Parrett &c Do. on Richd. Archer dated 15 Do

  at 10 days                                             £27 19

R. Fetherston Do. On Sam Child Esq. & Co. 21 Do 

  at 28 days                                            £500  -

N Walton Do. On Ben Skutt                 21 Do

  at 40 days                                            £378 13  2 1/2

                                                       £1000  -  -

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