Letter – Nicholas Walton to Tristram Everest – 28 Aug 1793

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Aug 1793
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: Tristram Everest
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 123
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Mr Everest							Farnacres 28th Augt 1793

Dear Sir

       I have rec[eive]d your favor of the 23d Inst and as upon inquiry I find that Sir William Middleton is expected in the Country in a little Time you had best send me the Bond and I will take care to get it executed and properly attested, and will after that is done return it to you.     I am

       Dear Sir Your most h[um]ble Serv[an]t

       Nich Walton Junr

PS All the Hospitals Tenants in Hexhamshire (nothing having been said in the Act for dividing Hexhamshire and Allendale Common relative to settling additional Rents) have entered in to Agreements upon Stamps to leave that business to the Commissioners appointed to divide and allot that Common; and all the Tenants of the Hospital, interested in the Divisions of Grindon and Langley South Commons [struck out:’ and Thorngrafton Common’] except for four Farms have signed requests pursuant to the powers contained in the Acts for those divisions, and the Tenants for the 4 farms will I expect sign requests at the second meeting of the Commissioners. The whole number of requests and agreements signed amounts to 49.

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