Letter – Nicholas Walton to William Corbett – 14 Apr 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Apr 1738
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: William Corbett
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Wm. Corbett Esqr.						Ravensworth Castle April 14th. 1738


	Inclosed I send you the Cash Accot. of Receipts and Payments for last Month on which there remains a Ballance of £1033 -14-7 ½ in favour of the Hospital. I have this Day Remitted Bills for £150 -0 -0  to Messrs Palloch and Snow in full of one Years Interest due to the Heirs of Doctor Chamberlin at Ladyday last. I have fixt the payment of £354 to Mr Constable the 27 Inst for one Years Interest on £5900 due also at Lady day last and as soon as I receive money to make up the remaining Balance what is due to Lord Peters and Lay Catherine Radcliff O propose paying that Interest and Annuity, which I hope the Directors will Approveof.

	It gave me great pleasure that Mt Boag performed his journey sooner than we expected and I hope to have the pleasure of hearing that the Accot. he was able to give an Answer to the Severall orders of the House of Commons were to the satisfaction of the Honble House & am Sr &c


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