Roger Kenrick to Sir John Trevor (Cannon Row, Westminster): difficulty in transmitting money; cannot let Pen yr Allt Goch for £20 and taxes; dealings with other properties including those of Andrew Batha, Griffith David and Robert ap Pugh; has heard Griffith David is about to build a house on the waste 'up on Croes Howell hill by the house wherein he lives now'; Mr Peck is still ill and unable to work; fears the sheep on George Kynaston's lands will not be profitable 'by reason of the root I fear is among them for all the year they went in the best grass that grew there and yet they would not feed'; Appleton of Holt has applied for Edward Ledsham's lands but his widow begs time to pay.
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