John Peck to Sir John Trevor (Cannon Row. Westminster): will send money up by Mr Crichley who is coming to London with Mr Edisbury and recipient will be able to discuss his electoral hopes in Flintshire with them; Mr Edisbury has promised to secure the support of Colonel Mostyn and Mr Lloyd of Halghton; recipient's little mare had strayed out of the great park into his tenant widow Brown's yard and her son, William, had turned her out onto the highway and the writer has been desperately searching for her without success and fears she may have tried to get back to Anglesey where she was bred; writer is upset about this loss as he had schooled the mare well and intends to sue Brown; money is very difficult to obtain and the tenants are suffering so writer may be unable to let some lands.
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