John Peck to John Trevor, esq.: is having difficulty finding a way of sending up his money; the miller is behind with his rent and writer has been unable to find him at home; Blantorn and Wycherley are also refusing to pay as is Mrs Floyd of Rosset Green; Ware the butcher has ploughed up both his fields; Mrs Wood and her daughter do not intend leaving Trevalyn until May and her son is not yet returned; has been to Chirk to demand his arrears from vicar Floyd [?Lloyd] who claims to have paid some already to Mr Wood and several other tenants are making similar claims so writer has asked Mrs Wood to get her son to come back and sort this out as soon as possible; writer and Mr Edisbury have been to see the surveyors twice at Holt but the jury's verdict was put off to another meeting at Rossett Green; affairs of various tenants including Fenner, Rowland and Ledsham and dealings with Captain Ball about his purchase of the Moores; gives account of the grain he has received of the Woods out of the barn; has repaired a house in Marford but intends not to lease it to Jones as he thinks he may get a better tenant.
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