LETTER: Richard Barker, Chester, to Mrs Yale, Gorphwysfa, Bath informing her that Mr Nicholson on behalf of Mr Corbet Parry has asked for the Disentailing Deed, dispensing with residence at Yale, which was executed in 1851. He also wants a copy of the Deed of Appointment of the rent charge of £200 drawn up in Mrs Yale's favour. He expresses the opinion that Mr Corbet Parry is disposed to be troublesome and that they should give him what he is entitled to and nothing more.
REPLY in which Mrs Yale asks on what grounds Mr Corbet Parry is entitled to the deeds. She is not inclined to give him anything unless the law compels her because he would not appreciate their concessions any more than he did their concessions regarding the plate. She then lists various deductions to be made from the residuary account following the probate of her husband's will.