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Powis Castle Estate Records,
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? To ?,

Delivered enclosed to the Duke of Powis to which he replied when he had made money of the 'oars' brought by the Jean then he would pay the bill or part of it.

? To ?,

Forgives Mr. Arrandel. Often wrote but no answer. Have undergone a great deal in this country of which the writer will tell long stories when they mest.

? To ?,

Concerning Captain Hauking's behaviour in respect of the writer's terms for fishing in the river. Poaching near Triston Hall, co. Suffolk. Drafts.

? To ?,

'Dear Brig[adie]r'. It is the touch stone of a true Catholic Protestant Christian to return good for evil, therefore from the bottom of his heart he rejoices to find the recipient in such high spirit and that if he is free from Han[ove]r...

? To ?. [the writer's cousin],

The writer's absence in Reims in making submission to their new Archbishop. Sorry for their friend's death. Letter from John Lynch. The writer's uncle Dr. Donogh Conell wrote in 1643 from Rome that his uncle (the writer's) was ...

? To Captain Gambold at Cardigan,

Informed that Mr. Jones's mob is to be down tomorrow by break of day or Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Impossible and dangerous for a stranger to find you [Gambold] out. Told by two of Jones's men that lodged at Llanbadarn.

? To Lady Mary Herbert at Powis Castle,

If she desires to hear from the writer she should let her know how to direct her letters. Asks if her sister Anne is alive, for the writer has not heard from her for about half a year or more. The writer's nephews, Nine months or a year since...

? To Lady Mary Herbert,

Remembers the two transactions between Lord ?Montgomery, Lady Mary Herbert and Edwin. Has been endeavouring to get in touch with a man (Mr. F. Lindesay) in Scotland who could give light on the Edwin affair. Substance of a letter.

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