Letter – Nicholas Walton to Palloch and Snow – 14 Apr 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Apr 1738
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Palloch and Snow
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Messrs Palloch and Snow 					Ravensworth Castle April 14th. 1738

– Goldsmiths wthout Temple Barr


      Your favour wou’d have been immediately answered with a remittance for the Interest due at Ladyday last to the heirs of Doctor Chamberlain but we then cou’d not get Bill, you have now herein Inclos’d as below two Bills and 3 prom[isor]y Notes amounting to One Hundred and Forty Eight Pounds Ten Shillings, which with the Allowance you are pleased to make, is in full of One Years Interest due as above, for which you will be pleased to return me a Proper  rect. for Mr Moag & self I am 

      Gentn Yr most Hble & Obedt. Servt.

      Nicholas Walton

Geo Pantouns Bill on Thos Hayley Esq. dated 7 Inst at one Month     £60  0 0 

My own Bill on Mr Benja. Shutt  dated 14 Inst at 28 days              6 10 0 

Jno. Middlemarshe’s Note to Chris Blackburn 31 March last at 40 days 35  0 0 

Richard Tenche’s Do. to Do.  31 Do. at 40 days                       24  0 0 

Burges Madox’s Do. to Do.  31 Do. at 40 days                         23  0 0 

                                                                   £148 10 0 

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