William Scottowe to Martin Man: has been charged with finding a light horse; his late father's lands were mostly copyhold and were divided after his death; Wood Dalling house and lands, his own inheritance by entail, was left to one of his sons, and is encumbered.
Thomas Paston, Thorpe, to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: most of the underwood at Berney has been destroyed and not much timber is left; suggests Bacon surrender his lease. verso: memorandum rejecting the offer, in Martin Man's hand
Castle Rising: a rate for the burgage rent, 1642, lists of the burgages in Castle Rising belonging to the Hon. William Feilding, Lady Diana Feilding, Robert Walpole, names of the owners of the burgages with abstracts of title, lists of the burgages with names of voters, 1713-1727, copies of conveyances of burgages to Robert and John Chamberlain, 1679-1696, and will of Robert Chamberlyne, 1689.
Papers and accounts relating to sale of the Mason entailed estates, manor of Richmond, property in Leverington, Cambs, Carbrooke and Ovington, Norfolk, and North Pickenham, Bittering, Castle Acre, Gressenhall, etc., and purchase of manor of Sparham Hall and Corbets, Sparham, Necton, etc., from Richard Hassell, senr and junr
Letters to Philip Case from Sir Charles Peyton at London, Twickenham, etc., about his Grimston estate, his urgent need for money in advance of his rents, the conveyance of Smith's farm in Grimston to Case, 1753, and further angry appeals for money.