Letter: Richard Horne, Beaumaris to John Price, Llysdylas

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LETTER: Richard Horne, Beaumaris to John Price, Llysdylas, late of Rhallt Amlwch. He is unable to see J. P due to the weather. He will be leaving the island shortly and as his grandmother is now dead his friends insist upon him filing a Bill in chancery against J. P and Mrs Hughes of Pistill for a moiety of his uncle John Bulkeley's estate. He is sorry that the contents of his letter has to be this subject, but assures J. P. that he will never forget the friendship that existed between them. He believes that he will injure his posterity by not bringing this again before a court of justice for every man that knew his uncle must be satisfied that he was a perfect idiot and consequently could not be responsible for giving away his property not even in a will. Mrs Hughes's obstinacy, in refusing to show the deed, will put her to great expense as she will have a "supena" to comply her to produce it. Sends his best wishes to J. P and to his cousin.

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