Correspondence: Robert Williams (Shrewsbury, Wynnstay, London and elsewhere) to his father, Sir William Williams (Llanforda)

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Relays some news he has heard about one of the Masters in Chancery, asks for his allowance to be sent as he has a fit of ague and cannot collect it, asks for a horse to be sent to meet him on his way home, his brother Watkin has recovered from his illness sufficiently to go fox-hunting and his wife has settled in Red Lyon Square, hopes to join him at Wrexham cocking, a dispute between his brother Watkin and Lord Derby over “Knuttsford Plate”.