Roger Kenrick to Sir John Trevor (Cannon Row. Westminster): the accounts are almost ready and he will finish them with Mr Weld as soon as the latter has recovered from the gout; the bearer Edward Allington is coming to ask for a lease and defend himself against the unjust claims of his nephew that he is a bad tenant, neglects his buildings and does not pay his debts; the price of corn has fallen and all recipient's corn at Plas Teg is yet unsold and the hay at Hope and Trevalyn unlet as times are very hard for tenants; they do not have any barns with space to stack the hay and he does not know what to do with it as carrying it will be expensive.
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