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- 1684, November 12.
Copy of a letter, 12 November 1684, from Philip Trant to [Stephen] Rice concerning [Henry] Herbert’s title to a concern in Kerry, and enquiring as to the need to pass a patent for it in the Court of Grace.
- 1684, October 23.
Copy of a letter, 23 October 1684, from Rob[ert] Griffith to Edward Kenney concerning lands that might be defective in title and wanting the aid of the Commission of Grace.
- 1684, September 16.
Letter, 16 September 1684, from Robert Griffith to [Henry] Herbert concerning the Commission of Grace, the title and sale of part of the Irish estate, and other Irish estate business.
- 1675, January 28.
Copy of a letter, 28 January 1675, from Robert Griffith to [Philip] Harries concerning passing a patent in the Commission of Grace for certain lands in Kerry.
- [1684, October 29].
Copy of a letter, [29 October 1684], from [Henry Herbert] to John Rogers concerning a fee for Robert Griffith, and the proposed visit of Rogers and Griffith to Sir Edward Herbert, Chief Justice of Chester, concerning the Act of Grace in Ireland.
- 1684, September 4.
Copy of a letter, 4 September 1684, from [Henry] H[erbert] to [Patrick] Trant concerning the request by Mr Freak as to whether Herbert will sell any new lands in Ireland, and the new Commission of Grace.
- [1684, October 23].
Letter, [23 October 1684], from [Patrick] Trant to [Henry] Herbert at Lymore concerning the Commission of Grace and the question of whether or not certain Herbert lands in Ireland were formerly held by the Earl of Desmond.