LETTER: Secretary to the Charity Commission, 8 York Street, St James's Square to Rev. James Williams, Rectory, Llanfairynghornwy, asking him to forward the accounts of the Penmynydd almshouse for 1853-1854 and the 1855 accounts are nearly due and the bills for the repairs and alterations now being done can be included in a future account.
He also asks for information on the following matters:
1. If the almsman who has been elected to occupy the untenanted chamber is treated in the same way as the other occupiers of the almshouse.
2. Whether the provision in the regulations concerning the election of two women to the almshouse was being observed.
3. Whether the provision of the regulation which required almsmen to attend church was being observed.
4. Whether the trustees appointed in 1826 are still living
5. Whether the chambers in the almshouse were allocated equally among the four parishes named in the charity
6. On what grounds he signed himself "honorary agent and trustee."