Articles of co-partnership between (1) William Bagge senior and junior, (2) William Mixson, (3) Richard Hawkins, Gavin Hamilton, Abel Hawkins, (4) David Swaine, (5) George Hogg senior and junior, (6) Stephen Allen, (7) Thomas Alderson, (8) William Clarke, (9) William Langley, (10) Edmund Elsden, all of King's Lynn: to buy and sell North Country and Welsh and Scotch coals and cinders for 10 years as King's Lynn Coal Co.
Manifesto by noblemen, gentlemen and others asserting the undoubted right of James VIII to be King of England, the necessity of repealing the union with Scotland, ending wars abroad, etc., ? signed by H. Hall and addressed to Robert Baynes
John Childe, Lynn, to Philip Case, mayor of King's Lynn: corn which has already paid duty has been seized for the use of the army in Scotland, and the commissary's agent refuses to refund the money as anything for the king's service is not subject to tolls or dues.
G.H. [George Hepburn] to [Philip Case]: as Case has offered himself as a channel of communication between Hepburn and his children, gives details of dispute with his daughter [Mary] who is demanding £111 due since 1724, with interest; he agreed to pay her expenses to Scotland in 1723 to receive a small legacy; for the last eleven years she has lived like a drone, refusing to co-operate with her sisters in the economy and management of the family, so she should be charged as a boarder; with account of payments and remittances to M.H. from 10 May 1739 to 1744
Letters, J.G. Barnes of Oxford Street, London, and J. Moule of Edinburgh to John Carmichael of Litcham and J.G. Hopkirk of Edinburgh to Samuel King of Litcham concerning Carmichael's efforts to uncover information about his ancestors, probably in order to make a claim on the estate of Gerard Dusign who died in Bath in 1785