Letter – Nicholas Walton to James Wood – 26 Jan 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Jan 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: James Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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      Ravensworth Castle Janry 26.1741

To Mr Jas Wood

Dear Sir, 

      I recd yours of the 25 January Inst with Mr Fetherstons bill return’d for want of Indorsement which I am sorry for, but I have now Indors’d it, & you have it return’d herein. I am Glad you recd the bills sent you the 5 january safe, I wrote last post to stop payment for fear of an Accident, but have this post desired they may be pay’d; so that I hope you will get the money safe on rect hereof. What expence attended the receiving the money for the Bill on Mr Grey was not very much, & the trouble very little, for you may assure your Selfe what ever is in our power to serve you or any of our friends in will be executed with a great deal of Pleasure & Satisfaction. I am for Mr Boag & self

      Your very Hble Srvt

      Nicho’s Walton

Acc. Fetherstones bill on Henry Ord Esq dated 16th Jan Inst at 20 d[ays] £200

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