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Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk Property
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Correspondence and accounts of Philip Case, Edward Bacon and the Revd Colby Bullock, trustees under the will of Lord Townshend for a trust to pay off mortgages on the Townshend estates, including letters from E. Jewell, Drummond & Co., W. Clarke Woodbine, Lord Townshend, J. Willington, and W.W. Pepys.

The interest on £24,000 was to be paid to the trustees twice yearly to be laid out in funds in the names of the trustees. No interest at all was received until Feb 1767. Case formally pressed Townshend to pay the arrears in 1769, but by 1775 the t...

Townshend family; 1465-1950; Marquess of Townshend

Letters to Philip Case as agent for the recovery of rents due to Trinity Hall, Cambridge, from property in Walton, Walpole and Emneth; the letters from Trinity are written by Thomas Ansell, Francis Simpson and George Carr, successive bursars, and Thomas Lombe, mainly about arrears of rent from Mrs Frances Farthing's leasehold and distraint upon other tenants, with letter from Thomas Dixon with account of quit rent for manor of West Walton, late the Duke's, 1759, and account of Case's fees.

Including copy lease for 21 years, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, to John Farthing of King's Lynn, of property in Walton, Walpole and Emneth, 26 Dec 1740; 2 letters of attorney to distrain upon property of Frances Farthing, 1759, 1762.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Letters from Sir Edward Williams, Llangoid Castle, to Philip Case: his mortgages, need for frugality, and a visit to Llangoid by the Case family; including two letters to Case from Charles Lawrence, Great Scotland Yard, about receiving interest on South Sea annuities for Sir Edward, and letter from George Montgomerie, Llangoid Castle, about a narrow escape from drowning, and Lady Williams's stillborn child, 20 Sep 1763.

Including: Williams to Case: has spent all his time and most of his money in the service of the public and has met with a very ungrateful return, 22 Feb 1763.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Correspondence of Lord Walpole [of Wolterton, later 2nd earl of Orford] and Philip Case about proposed marriage of Mary Williams and Sir Martin Folkes, and the inadequacy of the settlements he means to make upon her.

Walpole was a cousin of Mary Williams through his mother, Mary Magdalen Lombard.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

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