Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Wood – 31 Mar 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Mar 1738
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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Fra Chaloners Bill on Wm Herron dated 11 March 1737 at a Month 	 £40  9  6 1/2

Jefrey Everetts bill on Wm Everett dated 16 March 1737 at 24 days 

Date                                                                30  0  0  

Thos Vickermans bill on Captn. John Cook dated 26 Do. 1738 

at 10 ds date                                                      110  0  0 

Thos Hills bill on Thomas White dated 23 Do. 1737/8 at 30 ds date   53  0  0 

Thos Millers bill on Jas Hill Junr dated 28 Do. 1738 at 40 ds date 165  0  0 

Geo Handasydes Do. on Peter Furnell dated 24 Do. 1737/8 @ one month 70  0  0 

Do.s Do.on Sam Stauntin dated 25 Do. 1738 @ one month               16  0  0 

Bank Note from J Hopkins No. 61 dated 8 March 1737/8 on demand     100  0  0 

Do. from Do. No. 63 dated 8 Do. on demand                          100  0  0 

Do. from Do. No. 71 dated 8 Do. on demand                          100  0  0 

                                                                  £985  9  6 1/2

Ravensworth Castle March 31st 1738

Dear Sir or Madam:	Above you have a Schedule of Seven Bills and three bankNotes, amounting to Nine Hundred Eighty and five Pounds, Nine Shillings and Sixpence halfe penny, Sent you Inclosed on Accot. of the Rents of the Derwentwater Estate, and for the use of Greenwich Hospitall, for which we have made you Dr. this day & are

      Sir Your most Hble Srvts

      Nich. Walton Hugh Boag
Recipient not stated here but confirmed as John Wood in a separate letter to Corbett of the same day

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