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Rand(al) Wynne to Sir Robert Owen at Porkington,

The picture would have been sent some weeks ago, but the writer feared that Mistress Ellen Owen would have concluded hardly because the bible came not in company with it: the finishing of the bible proved a work of time because of the idleness of ...

George Goldsmith to Richard Mostyn at Penbedw,

Col. Vaughan hopes that Mostyn has heard from Sir Robert Owen to whom he has ordered £400 to be paid in London, and has the other money ready for him when Mostyn signifies the time and place of payment. Vaughan also wishes to know what Sir Robert&...

Ellis Lloyd to Sir Robert Owen at Porkington,

The writer had promised Sir John Wynne to be at Watstay this evening in order to have the happiness to wait upon Owen. But Sir John and he are disappointed. For this he has good reason to blame Mr Justice Mostyn for his Spanish way of visiting in ...

R. Mostyn to Sir Robert Owen,

Upon stating the account with Owen's steward, there will appear near £40 due from the writer. Is sorry he cannot clear the whole this time. Within ten days he has paid above £400, so that he is now very bare. However he has delivered to Owen&...

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