Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Wood – 27 May 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 27 May 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Mr Wood / Depty Treasurer

      Rav Castle  May 27 1737


	I am Concerned you Should have the trouble of returning Mr Soppitts bill on John Errington Esqr for One Thousand Pounds for want of Endorsement;  I wrote to Mr Baker the Treasurer that I apprehended no ill Consequence would attend His Ordering any of his Clerks to Endorse for us but Could not reach his hand before Yours came away.  I Shall for the future direct Such Bills as we Send to you at the Victualling Office as you directed

                                           I am Sir your assured Hble Servt

                                                                              Nichos Walton

Note you will receive herewith the above mentioned Bill Endorsed by both Mr Boag and me

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