Letter – Nicholas Walton to John Wood – 4 Nov 1737

Document Type: Letter
Date: 4 Nov 1737
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: John Wood
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Mr Jno Wood Deputy Treasurer of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich at the Directors Office on Tower Hill  London

Dear Sir                                                                 Ravensworth Castle  Novr 4th 1737

	Inclosed I send you Twelve promisary Notes & Bills amounting to One Thousend Pounds the particulars of wch are above Mentioned wch I hope will be all well paid.  I have made Mr Baker Dr for ‘em on Accot of the Rents of Ld Derwentwater Estate & for the Use of Greenwich Hospital                                       I am Dr Sr Yor most Humle Servt

                                             				Nichol Walton

Please to Acknowledge the Rect  hereof by Return of the Post

Leand Philips Note to Frans Cockerill dated Aug 9th 1737 at 4 Ms £59  8

Daniel Mauds Do to Wm Robinson dated Sep 2 1737 at 30 days       £25 12 8

Thomas Smitter Do to James Huston dated Sep 26 1737 at 60 days   £27

Philip Pentyers Bill on Owen Somors dated Oct 8 1737 at 30 days  £20

John Colletts Note to Jno Wilkinson dated Do 11th Do at 40 Do   £100

Robert Fowlers Do to Robt Hudspeth dated Do 21st Do at 40 days   £64

Lockwood Brodricks Bill on Samull Price dated Nov 2 Do at 40 Do  £94

Do                 Do on   Do           dated Nov 2 Do at 40 Do £100

Wm Coates          Do on John Coates dated Nov 2 Do at 50 Do    £119 10

Thos Aireys        Do on Wm Randall dated Novr 9 Do at 40 Do     £20

Geo Pantounes      Do on Thos Haley Esqr dated Octr 28th 1737     60

Nichs Waltons      Do on Ben Skatt dated Novr 4th 1737           370  9 4


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