Jasper Peck to Lady Trevor (Axvard, Westminster): will do what she wishes concerning the lead mines but urges her to agree some joint arrangement with the other purchasers Sir John Twiselton and Sir Richard Langley; Mr Crachley has told him that some of Lord Derby's lawyers think they will be unable to recover Sir William Glynne's lordship of Hawarden but that they have a better chance with the other two although he does not know on what grounds; urges recipient to be ready in case a challenge is made to her title; gives details of Major Evatt's former proposed terms for working the lead mines; writer's aunt Saladine and Sir John Trevor of Emral both send her their regards; encloses a letter for Sir Richard Langley.
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