Annual rentals, audit books and settled accounts of the Monmouthshire, Glamorgan and Breconshire holdings of the Tredegar estate. -- The rentals include rents and duties due in the Tredegar demense, in the parishes of Basaleg, Bedwas, Bedwellte, Betws, Caerleon, Coedcernyw, Henllys, Llanfihangel Llantarnam, Llangatwg, Llanofer, Machen, Malpas, Marshfield, Llanfihangel-y-fedw, Mynyddislwyn, Nash, Peterstone, Risca, Rumney, St Brides, St Mellons and St Woolloos, in Newport town, and in the manors of Caldicot Westend, Llanfaches, Llanfihangel, Magor, Newchurch & Kevengola, Roggiet & Ifton, and Undy, chief rents of the manors of Basaleg, Castle Arnold, Fitz John de la Moor, Greenfield, Llanfair, Peterstone, Redcastle, Sutton and Youlton, and rents due from the tithe barns of Betws, Malpas, Marshfield, Newport, Peterstone, Rumney and St Mellons, all in Monmouthshire, rents in the parishes of Cardiff, Gelli-gaer, Llanisien, Llysfaen, Roath and Whitchurch in Glamorgan, and in the parishes of Brecon, Bronllys, Cantref, Defynnog, Faenor, Garthbrengi, Glasbury, Llandyfaelog, Llandyfalle, Llanddew, Llanfihangel Nant Bran, Llanfilo, Llansbyddyd, Llyswen, Penderyn, St Davids, St John Evangelist, Trecastle, Ystradfellte, and Ystradgynlais, chief rents and cymortha in the manor of Brecon (in Builth, Cantref, Defynnog, Glyntawe, Hay, Llanddeti, Llangasty [Tal-y-llyn], Llansanffraid[-ar-Wysg], Llywel, Merthyr, Modrydd, Penderyn, Ystradfellte, and in the Hallmote manor) and Penderyn and cymortha in Ystradfellte, all in Breconshire, and chief rents in Herefordshire. -- The 1677 rental includes lands purchased from the executors and trustees of Edward Lewis of the Van, esq., dec., in the manors of Caldicot Westend, Llanfaches, Llanfihangel, Magor, Newchurch & 'Kevengola', Roggiet & Ifton, Shirenewton, and Undy, all in Monmouthshire, and in Cardiff, Llanisien, Llys-faen, Roath, Splott and Whitchurch, and the manors of Roath Kensham and 'Madockes feild', all in Glamorgan (ff. 141-146). -- The rentals also include lands in the parishes of Canton, Cardiff and Roath purchased from Mr Pilkinton and held from the Earl of Pembroke for his and his wife's lives (1677-1684), lands in the parishes of Basaleg, St Woolloos, St Brides and Marshfield settled in trust by Rowland Morgan to raise £20 for a schoolmaster and £14 for four poor people in p. Basaleg (1699-1730), and a tenement in the parish of Machen bought to pay a legacy left by Katherine Morgan of £5 a year for the poor of the parish of Basaleg (1730). -- There are numerous memoranda of leases agreed to and rents received throughout the volumes. -- AMA 1/5-37 are mainly booklets containing c.10 ff of text, being the accounts (1701-1732) of James Pratt with John Morgan, esq. (Dec. 1700-March 1720), William Morgan, esq. (Sir William Morgan after 1724) (March 1720-April 1731), and the executors of the said Sir William Morgan (April 1731-July 1732). The accounts to John Morgan, 1700-1720, are for the year beginning and ending 24 Dec. The first full account to William Morgan (AMA 1/26) is for the fifteen months 24 Dec. 1720-24 March 1721/2. Henceforth, 1721-1731, the accounting year begins and ends 25 March. The final account in this part of the series (AMA 1/37) covers the sixteen and a half months March 1731-July 1732, including the death of Sir William Morgan and an account to his executors. -- At the end of the series are a number of rentals and rent ledgers that cannot be assigned to their appropriate estate.