Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Maule – 13 Jan 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Jan 1742
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Maule
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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To Mr Maull 					Ravensworth Castle Janry.15.1741/2 

Dear Sir,

	We were favoured with yours acknowledgeing  the Rect.of our Vouchers to the last Acct. & find on looking amongst our papers we have omitted sending you the Testiment of Lady Kath. Radclifs Life, so that we now send you it inclosed. We doubt not your forwarding our Acct. with the [Auditor] who we are very sorry to hear has been out of health & heartily wish him soon well, if any thing is further wanting please to let us know, as this is the usuall time of making you a Remittance, we herewith do it by Bill on Mr Benjamin Skutts for £18:18 dated this day and payable 10 days after date, which you will please to dispose of as below, being the same sum wch we remitted you last year. Mr Woodhouse and your Clerks being then remitted you for two years. You will please to observe we have Inclosed £2:2 for postage of Letters &c and £1:1 which we desire you will be so good as drink with such of our friends as you think proper. We wish you and yours & all friends many happy New years and are Sir 

	Yours &c

		Walton & Boag

Due to Mr Mall &c at Xmas 1741    £10 10 0

    To him for Postage of letters   2  2 0

    To his Clerk 1 yr at Xmas 1741  2 12 6

    To Mr Woodhouse the like        2 12 6

    To Drink wt our friends         1  1 0

                                  £18 18 0

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