The Chief Justice gone for England before Owen's arrived. The Lords Justices will not do anything in the business. Mr. Burton is willing for Owen to have the wood at a moderate prices. Encloses a good lawyer's opinion on the queries.
Tenants of Knocknanenagh tell him that they have paid the arrears returned by Mr. Herbert to the latter and have witnesses to prove it. They tell him also that Mr. Mason has returned pondage upon his which he was not to pay.
Congratulates him on his recovery by the Bath waters. Mrs. Hennings is rather better, but not equal to a journey to Bath. Advising Hennings medically. Hennings sends a note for £9 6s. 3d. due from Mr. Horne and Co. for Crickheath Hill mine.
The disappointment met with at the meeting in Llanfair concerning a proposed inclosure and the attitude of Mr. Wynne of Dole Ardin, Devereux of Keven Gwernen, Powell of Pool and the new rector of Castle. Draft.
Has dispatched P.R. with his letter to Mr. Worley and desired an interview with him. Has not signed any order for the payment of one farthing though there are bills of £30 and £10 due for groceries and to the baker.
Referring to a joint meeting at Mountgomery. Asks that Cos. Owen should be there that 'we' may hear what he has done in the Irish affair. Finds Owen has not given satisfaction in it to the ladies and Mrs. Herbert. Fragment.