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Mynydd Drum, Ystradgynlais

Letters and other papers relating to the common on Mynydd Drum in the parish of Ystradgynlais, including a list of the names and addresses of the commoners who walked Lord Tredegar's manor boundary on 25 Sept. 1906; the Tredegar estate's ignorance of Lord Tredegar's and the commoners' rights, or even the boundaries of the manor of Palleg, and recommending that a great effort should be made to trace the records of the various Breconshire manors, 1911-1912; letters relating to Ystradgynlais RDC's enquiries as to the commoners' rights at Mynydd Drum ('Mr John Lloyd seems to be at the bottom of the commotion', 26 Jan. 1912); and a list of the Ystradgynlais commoners claiming a right of common on Mynydd Drum, 23 July 1912.

Unrelated office letters

Letters relating to the Brecon estate solicitor's other clients, including the Usk Board of Conservators, 1911-15 (ABC 2/5/1, nos 16-17, 19 et seq.), the sale within Henry F. W. Harries's own family of the Tregwynt estate, 1911 (ABC 2/5/1, nos 49, 54 et seq.), the appointment of a valuer under the Small Holdings Act in a matter between the Picton Castle estate and the Carmarthenshire County Council, 1911 (ABC 2/5/1, no. 117), a summons to Lord Carbery of Trinity College, Cambridge, to appear at Brecon charged with altering the registration of a motor car and with dangerous driving, 1911 (ABC 2/5/1, nos 159, 162-165), and the Brecon scholarships to the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff, 1911-14 (ABC 2/5/1, nos 190, 206 et seq.).

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