Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Maule – 3 Jul 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 3 Jul 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Maule
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Mr John Maule

                                                                            Ravensworth Castle  July 3d 1737


	We received your favour of the 25th Ulto for which we return you many thanks.

	That mistake which you mention in our Cash for the Month of April last, about Mr Pearsons Salary being made due Martinmas 1737 upon examination of our Copy find to be as you Say, but was intended for Mayday then next, as it was so near at hand, and the Recet is accordingly & we desire you’l make it that Months Cash due Mayday next or 1737

	The mistake you are pleased to mention about John Atkinson’s <Hens> & Coales of the 17th May last is in our Coppy of the 19th May and is expressed there, Reced of John Atkinson for 4 <Henns> 4s & 4 fother of Coales 10s for Broomhill & Pulwell 2 Years due Martinmas 1736 14s which is right as it is for 2 Years Each.  & if it is not so in yours please to make it so.

	We are very much obliged to you for this favourable way of Setting any mistakes right which we hope you believe are not designed ones but through the Hurry of Business are made                          We are Sir Your Humble Servts

                                                                  Walton & Boag

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