To the Feoffees of Hawarden Grammar School from Richard Willett of Hawarden; describes repairs needed to the floor, windows and furniture of the school; there are now 50 boys in the school; the advantages of educating farmer' sons in Latin; "I am sorry to say that that portion of the School Salary arising from two hundred pounds, secured on the Broughton Turnpike, is very irregularly paid..."
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- Dates of Creation13 Mar 1810
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