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? Feilding to the Duke of Powis,

Now that old Justice Marshall is dead, Lord Craven has come to a settlement of his affair with his Grace. Lord Craven told that the £500 interest his Grace had already paid Coll. How would he abated. Likewise the £100 legacy left his Grace by the late Lord Craven. Lord Craven should pay the £4000 mortgage on the manors of Oswestry.

[? Humphrey Owen], Castle Island, to [Lord Herbert],

Has sent bill of £100, one part to Madam Arabella at Oakeley Parke and the other to Madam Alice at Madam Skipwith's in the Pall Mall, both endorsed payable jointly. Seems by 'yours' it was a great error to leave the agreement of the division to the ladies. Further bills he will send to Lord Herbert and his co. trustee. Other money matters. The probate of the will. Preparation for Mr. Fernells visit. Edward Kenney, the late receiver, is dead, and his brother, 'whom one hath styled Bassa', is removing to co. Cork. So now the Cozen Herberts will be the only obstacles an agent will meet with to obstruct his methods. Also draft letter giving order to call to John Downes of Marington for £10 because Capt. Pryce does not pay.

?. J. Herbrt to Mr. Morgan,

Desires to have the business of which 'organ showed him a draft last night done this evening. meets company at the Rorer at Charing-Cross and will call between 9 and 10 o'clock.

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