PAPERS: including tenancy agreement (1 December 1873) of Mrs Ellen Pritchard [amended from Anne], Tynyronen at an annual rent of £170; letter (11 October 1870) from O. Pritchard, Tynyllan, Tregaian, re the rent of £100 received from Mrs Pritchard of Tyn yr onen, with note of calculations; correspondence and copy correspondence 1881 and 1884 between the College and Hugh M. Williams, 97 Westminster Road, Liverpool (commenting on their duties as a public trust and nepotism); Richard and Robert Davies, Treborth and Bodlondeb, Bangor, (commenting that Hugh Williams was 'a respectable tradesman in Liverpool owing a small tenenment in Anglesey' tenanted by his brother who Robert Davies had lately prosecuted for 'Sun-d-ay preaching houses' and that the late Rev. Dyke in 1860 'kindly gave' Robert the sporting of Tynyronen but as 'I have one enemy' offers to pay); and Owen Twrog Jones, Llynfaes Uchaf, Bodwrog.
The College state 'some of us are not in favour of either giving or letting the right of shooting to any one as there is always a risk of possible difficulties with tenants'.
1 envelope with stamp.
Notice to quit and copy and covering correspondence (1894) College to Richard Williams, Tynyronen Farm.