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.
Letters between Philip Case, E. Jewell, Holt, and Lord Townshend, about Philip Case's offer to Townshend of Mr Burslem's house at Rudham, and his efforts to get a receipt for the court books he handed over in 1768, but which was not forthcoming until 1784.
William L[angley], mayor, to Colonel Townshend, Sir Armine Wodehouse, Sir John Turner and Horatio Walpole: requests that they oppose petitions for further continuation of duties for the harbours of Rye and Dover. [copy]
Henry Partridge to Lord Townshend: recommends John Fenn and his brothers-in-law Shephard and John Frere to be justices, and gives details of Fenn and the Frere family. [Photocopy of letter sold by Bradfer-Lawrence]
Henry Partridge to Lord Townshend: leaves Ireland without waiting upon him as it would have been too painful; Townshend's disposal of his vacant chaplainship to another leaves him unable to provide for the necessities of his family. [Photocopy of letter sold by Bradfer-Lawrence]