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203

1867, June 20

LETTER from R. Foulke Greville to James Summers.

Refuses to give up the heirlooms but is prepared to hand them over to his niece, Lady Louisa Finch Hatton.

[See 199]

204

n.d. [1850s]

AMENDED PROSPECTUS of the North and South Wales Railway Company, Landholders’ line, Manchester to Milford Haven.

FORM of application for shares in the Northern section (Llanidloes to Lampeter) and Southern section (Lampeter to Milford) attached.

[See 91]

205

n.d. [1850s]

AMENDED PROSPECTUS of the North and South Wales Railway Company, Landholders’ line, Manchester to Milford Haven.

FORM of application for shares in the Northern section (Llanidloes to Lampeter) and Southern section (Lampeter to Milford) attached.

[See 91]

206

n.d. [c. 1860]

LETTER from James Summers to James Evans.

Relates to the assignment of the Castle Inn and other property from W. Greville to the late W. Pugh [not located].

Draft

207

n.d. [watermark 1857]

In the Queen’s bench.

1.Thomas George Gonne, plaintiff.

2.John Milligen Law, defendant.

208-213:  PAPERS RELATING TO THE BOWEN FAMILY OF LLANDYAD, MELINE, PEMBROKESHIRE, 1740-43

208

1740, March 16

1.John Philipps, p. Saint Clears, co. Carm., gent.; and Rachel, his wife.

2.Thomas Knollos, Wenallt, co. Pemb., esq. John Owens, Glog., co. Pemb., gent., Thomas Bowen of Pant-y-Dorry, co. Pemb.

3.Evan Bowen of Llandyad in p. Meline, co. Pemb., gent., father of the said Rachel.

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