Letter – Nicholas Walton to William Corbett – 31 Jan 1738

Document Type: Letter
Date: 31 Jan 1738
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: William Corbett
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 106
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To Wm Corbett Esqr 

      Ravensworth Castle. 31 January  1737/8 


      We recd. the Boards Minutes of the 18th Inst & shall duly observe them. 

Inclosed we send you then Acct. of Bricks & Tyles made at Dilston &c the last Year to the 31st December 1737 by wch the Directors will see what Profit arises from that undertaking, Also we have sent you John Shinn, the undertaker s pticulars Accot.to 31st Decemb. 1737 that they may see upon what Terms he is Imployed and also what balance is due to him. We are Sr  Your very Humb. Servts

      Nich. Walton  Hugh Boag

John Shinn  Brick & Tyle Maker

His Acct of Bricks and Tyles at Dilston &c the year 1737

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Ravensworth Castle 31 January 1737/8  This is a true Accot. of what Bricks and Tyles has been made, sold , used and was resting the 31 December 1737  Witness our hands – Errors excepted NW, HB

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