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LEASE for 3 lives of a m. lately occupied by John Davids, sailmaker, in Fishguard, together with garden and land.

Annual rent: £1.10s.

Seal of 1 and 2

418

1791, Jan. 12

1.David Griffiths of Keellerven, p. Llanstinan, co. Pemb., gent.

2.Alban Thomas of p. Mathry, co. Pemb.

BOND in £240 to secure the re-payment of £120 (4 1/2%).

Endorsed: notes of payment of interest up to 1823. Feb. 25 1823, Paid Twenty five pounds of the within bond. William Nicholas.

419

1794, Apr. 20

1.Thomas Harries of the town of Fishguard, co. Pemb., corn merchant.

2.John Dedwith of Clegyr, p. Jordanston, co. Pemb., gent.

BOND in £160 to secure the re-payment of £80 (5%).

Endorsed:  notes of payment of interest up to 1809.

420

1807, Feb. 18

1.James Higgon of Spital, p. Spital, co. Pemb., esq.

2.Richard Llewhellin of Carus Newton, p. Carew, co. Pemb., gent.

BOND in £1,500 for the performance of covenants in indentures of even date between John Hensleigh Allen, 1, 2, John Brown and Michael Llewhellin.

421

1811, Mar. 12

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the goods of Thomas Harries, late of p. FISHGUARD, co. Pemb., to John Evans of p. AMBLESTONE, co. Pemb., Samuel Griffiths of Henchcastle, co. Pemb., and John Evans of Walton East, co. Pemb.

422

1811, July 16

1.David Vaughan of Fishguard, mariner, and John Maurice [?] of Haverfordwest, watchmaker, both in co. Pemb.

2.Thomas Phillips of p. Hubberstone, co. Pemb., merchant.

BARGAIN and SALE of a three-sixteenth part of a vessel known as Ceres of Milford and its equipment.

Consideration:£225

Recital of the registration of the said vessel dated 1 April 1803.

Seals of 1, imperfect

423

1817, May 23

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