Bundle of correspondence between 1735 and 1755 relating to bread for the troops in Minorca.
This correspondence comprises letters from the deputies to Lord Irwin with copies of other letters which at times contain relevant information.
Gives information about the Bread Contract and Lord Irwin's profits - how the corn was bought and equipment provided and maintained etc.
Half-yearly accounts were enclosed but they are not now with the letters. There are a few Bills of Exchange in Lord Irwin's favour. He also received wine and honey from the island.