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REQUEST for the opinion of Counsel ex parte the town and co. of Haverfordwest re ‘first’ lunatic asylum.

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1863, April

1.Frances Goodridge, now of Ivy Tower, p. SAINT FLORENCE, co. Pemb.

2.Robert Belt of Clarence Street, Pembroke Dock, shipwright, widower.

3.David Goodridge of Ruther Lane in the town and co. of Haverfordwest; Francis Street of the Green in the town of Pembroke, tea dealer.

SETTLEMENT of the sum of £129 to be invested by 3 for the benefit of 1 to be married to 2.

Recital of the treaty of the intended marriage of 1 and 2.

Draft copy

199

1865, Nov. 17

LETTER from Mason & Withall, solicitors, London, to James Summers.

Mason & Withall are acting on behalf of Lady Caroline Murray who is suing her brother, Colonel Greville, for £1,500. They enclose Bill of Sale and hope action may be averted.

[See 201, 202, 203]

200

1865, Dec. 5

1.Leo A. Hamilton, Treasury Chambers.

2.James Summers, esq., Clerk of the Peace for Haverfordwest.

COMPENSATION of £5-10-9 for loss of emoluments suffered by 2 between 14 August 1864 and 14 August 1865 in his capacity as Clerk of the Peace for Haverfordwest.

[See 102]

201

1866, Nov. 24

NOTICE from James Summers, gent. and Attorney for the Honourable Lady Caroline Murray, to William Walters, sheriff of the County of Pembroke, William Davies, esq., his under-sheriff, and to all others whom it may concern.

Declares that goods taken under a writ of fieri facias against the Honourable Robert Fulke Greville belong to Lady Caroline Murray.

[See 199]

202

1867, June 19

LETTER from Mason & Withall, solicitors, London, to James Summers.

Relates to a case pending in which Colonel Greville is involved. Summers to press Greville to give up pictures and other family heirlooms, and if Greville should refuse, to remove them in any case.

[See 199]

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