Letter from Messrs Goslings & Sharpe to Lord Stamford (/76), dated 11 June 1823. They have sold £294 11s 3d reduced annuities, which realized £239, including the previous balance of £3 6s 10d. This will yield a dividend of 4s 2d ha. in the pound on the outstanding debt of £1134 4s owed to the field officers and captains of the Royal Regiment of Cheshire Militia. They enclose a list of the officers and the dividend due to each (/77).
Also a note from Mr Potts to Lord Stamford (/78), undated, providing the address of Anne Edwards, widow of John Edwards.
Also a draft letter from Lord Stamford to Anne Edwards (/79), dated 13 November. The accounts of the regiment have been closed and the field officers and captains have agreed to relinquish their claims to the balance of £239. Lord Stamford encloses a draft for this amount.
The wrapper is addressed "The Earl of Stamford & Warrington | Hill Street | Berkeley Square".
Dated at: London (/76) and Chester (/79).