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? To Richard Hughes at Welshpoole,

Did. not know how to refuse an old servant's son the kindness of returning him £14, therefore has drawn upon Hughes for that sum. It is one Jones who has a place in the custom house and, son to old Jones, a servant to the writer's grandf...

? To [? Henry Herbert],

Understands by mistress that the recipient remembered the writer in her letters. Expected recipient to have written to know how the writer had discharged the trust put in him (or her) but mistrusts by the concern 'I find her in' and cont...

? To [?Humphrey Owens Castle Island],

Things to mind in Dublin: to see the letter enclosed sent by Mr. Joanes and delivered to the collector Mr. Monck touching the bill from the writer in Mr. Edward Herbertt's hands for the trespass of the castle taken for custodium rent by an ex...

? To [Richard) Hughs at Welshpoole,

Money scarce here in town by reason of the many bills drawn upon him. Obliged to defray all the expence of the mines which as yet have brought him in nothing. Begins now to sell so for the future the mines will bear their own charges and make prof...

? To [the Earl of Powis],

Report on the mine at Esgairymwyn and the trial at Esgairddu. With the proposals made by John Ball at Llangynog with Mr. [Henry] Hennings in connexion with the said mines, 21 - 23 March 1768.

?, Au Roule, to,

Sorry that it is not in the writer's power to comply. Waits for the conclusion of an affair to satisfy the writer's engagement. Recipient shall have preference. Copy.

?, London, to ?,

Lord Powis sent Mr. Ball's letter concerning the works. The writer's opinion about the mines and the proposed new trials. Copy.

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