Letter – Nicholas Walton to William Radley – 30 Jun 1741

Document Type: Letter
Date: 30 Jun 1741
Correspondent: Nicholas Walton
Recipient: William Radley
Archive Source: TNA ADM 66 107
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      Ravensworth Castle June 30th, 1741


      Herewith you will receive the draught of Throckley Colliery Lease which Mr Browell has Examined & Alterd into Such a Shape as he will sign it and in no Other. The words which are Scored under being to be left out, and those marked to be in lieu thereof, both with red ink. You will please (before this is Ingrossed) to lay it before the Board for their Concurrance, and the Sonner it is dispatched the better with regard to the Int[erest] of the Hospl.

       Sir Yours &c   Walton & Boag



Newcastle June 9th 1741

Invoice of a Cargo of Coales Ship’d by Order of Messrs Walton & Boag on board the Stephen & Jane of Scarbrough, & Consign’d to William Corbett Esqr. at Greenwich vizt.              



61 Chal of Main Team Coale at 12s  £36 12  0

Putting on board at 1s8d             5 01  8

Duke of Richmonds Duty at 12d        3 01  6

Duty to the Town at 5d               1 05  5

Charter party                           2  0

Bills of Loading                        1  0 1/2


                                   £46  3  7 1/2

Ravensworth Castle June 30 1741

Errors Excepted 

Nicho’ Walton Hugh Boag

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