BUNDLE

Scope and Content

(a) AGREEMENT

1. Messrs. Brundrit and Whiteway of Runcorn, Cheshire, merchants.

2. Robert Jones of Penycoed, co. Carnarvon, farmer.

Re: farm known as Penycoed Bach leased by RJ.

(b) NOTICE TO QUIT

Given by Thomas Boot of Pen-y-Coed, Llysfaen as agent for William Brundrit, John Brundrit and Philip Whiteway to Robert Thomas, executor of Mrs Elizabeth Jones, deceased.

Re: farm known as Penycoed Bach in pa. Llysfaen.

(c) LETTER

Thomas Boote from Llysfean [sic] acknowledging receipt from Mrs Jones of the sum of £6 for half years rent. (18th December 1871)

(d) LETTER

Thomas Boote from Llysfean [sic] acknowledging receipt from executor of late Mrs E. Jones of the sum of £6 for half years rent for Peny-Coed Bach. (30th September 1872)

(e) LETTER

Thomas Boote to Mr R. Hughes of Peny-Coed re: failure to comply with notice to quit. (28th November 1872)

(f) LETTER

From Gold, Edwards and Weston of Denbigh to William Jones, Esq., solicitor of Conway re: claim by Robert Hughes that Mr Boote, agent for Messrs Bryndritt [?] and Whiteway, had trespassed on his farm at Llysfaen and reference by RH to an "informal" notice to quit. (15th January 1873)

(g) LETTER

From Gold, Edwards and Weston of Denbigh to William Jones, Esq., solicitor of Conway re: request for clarification on whether client has written tenancy agreement and when tenancy is due to expire. (17th January 1873)

(h) LETTER

From Gold, Edwards and Weston of Denbigh to William Jones, Esq., solicitor of Conway re: request for documents. (20th January 1873)

(i) LETTER

From Gold, Edwards and Weston of Denbigh to William Jones, Esq., solicitor of Conway re: suggestion that Brundrit and Whiteway pay £10 to client as discharge. (26th February 1873)

(j) LETTER

From Gold, Edwards and Weston of Denbigh to William Jones, Esq., solicitor of Conway re: keys to be forwarded to Thomas Boote. (6th March 1873)

(k) RECEIPT

Signed by Robert Hughes for £8-19-0 received in discharge of claim against Messrs Brundrit and Whiteway.