Letter – Nicholas Walton to Thomas Snow – 11 Jul 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Jul 1741
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Thomas Snow
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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      Ravensworth Castle July 11. 1741

To Messrs Pollock & Snow


      The want of an opportunity to get bills payable in London has been the occasion of the 

Int[erest]: due at last Ladyday to the heirs of Dr Chamberlain being unpaid longer than it shou’d have been, & now it is wth great Inconvenience that I send you my Bill on Mr Ben. Skutt for it, as above. You will please to Acknowledge the Rect. of it by return of the Post & send me a proper Voucher for the years Int. due at last Ladyday. I am for Mr Boag & Self

      Sirs Yours &c

      Nich. Walton

Ravensworth Castle July 11. 1741

Dear Sirs Twenty Eight days after date pray pay Messrs Pollock & Snow or Order Two hundred & Thirty Seven pounds Twelve shillings, value recd. And place it to Acct. as advised by

Sr Your most Hble Servt. Nichos. Walton

To Mr Benjamin Skutt in Kings Street St Anns, London
A later letter shows that this remittance was handled by Thomas Snow

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