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Lease (draft) for 21 years, determinable on the lives of the said Francis Hanbury and Mary Humphreys, of a dwelling ...,

  1. Rev. Francis Humphreys of Hamstead, Middlesex, clerk, Hanbury Humphreys of Monmouth, gent., and Mary Humphreys of p. St Ebbs in the city of Oxford, spinster. 2. John Morgan of Llantillio Pertholey, co. Mon., yeoman. Lease (draft) for 21 years, determinable on the lives of the said Francis Hanbury and Mary Humphreys, of a dwelling house and farm lands belonging in Llantillio Perthley, but reserving timber and minerals.

Release, in pursuance of the will of Elizabeth Shaw, of the payment of £600 due to the administrators of Henry ...,

  1. Charles Shaw of Besthorpe, Norfolk, esq., son of Elizabeth Shaw, late of Bloomsbury, widow of Charles Shaw of Besthorpe. 2. King Gould of Westminster, esq., son-in-law of the said Elizabeth Shaw. Release, in pursuance of the will of Elizabeth Shaw, of the payment of £600 due to the administrators of Henry Branthwayt, dec., in trust for Elizabeth Shaw, also of the sum of £200, which King Gould borrowed from John Spelman, esq., and which Elizabeth Shaw paid on his account.

Act to extend the powers of an Act passed in 27 George II intituled 'An Act for the better securing ...,

Act to extend the powers of an Act passed in 27 George II intituled 'An Act for the better securing to Constables and others the expences of conveying offenders to Gaol, and for allowing the charges of poor persons bound to give evidence against felons', and for allowing to High Constables in that part of the United Kingdom called England, their charges in certain cases. Printed.

Survey of the rectory and parsonage of Newport, with its rights and appurtenances, in the parishes of Newport and Christchurch ...,

Survey of the rectory and parsonage of Newport, with its rights and appurtenances, in the parishes of Newport and Christchurch and in the hamlet of Bettus near Newport, co. Mon., late parcel of the possessions of the bishopric of Gloucester. (For copy, see Nos 97/92 - 99, dated c. 1789.).

Personal, family and public papers

Papers unrelated to the administration of the landed estates, comprising personal and family papers (P 1-2), the Tredegar Show and the Tredegar Races (P 4), and accumulated papers (P 5). There is no P 3.

Monmouthshire commission of sewers

Letters patent of Charles II to Edward, marquis of Worcester and others, including Sir Edward Morgan, bart, Thomas Morgan and William Morgan both of Machen, Edmond Morgan, William Morgan of Penkreege, Turbervile Morgan, Lewis Morgan, Thomas Morgan of Penrosse, Henry Morgan and Henry Morgan, esqs, assigning them commissioners of sewers in Monmouthshire, 1660; letters patent of Queen Anne to Sir Charles Kemeys and others, including John Morgan of Tredegar and John Morgan of London, assigning them commissioners, 1709; account of expenditure on behalf of the court of sewers, 1772; and a copy order of the court that William Warren be expenditor to repair one perch of sea wall in the parish of Christchurch presented by John Morgan, esq., 1792.

Newport assessments

An assessment of the borough of Newport made in pursuance of an act of Parliament for granting to his majesty the sum of £989,965 19s. 6d. towards the maintenance of the navy, guard and garrisons and paying the debt of seamen and other necessary occasions, 1700; and an assessment of the borough of Newport for raising the sum of £44 0s. 2d. in land tax, 1753.

Thomas John Evans of Glyncelyn

Loose papers, including vouchers, 1910, 1922-1925, memoranda as to a proposed water supply to New Glanrhyd for Captain E. F. M. Simm, from a spring on Penrhos farm, 1923.

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