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]
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.
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.
Notes about Lord Townshend's funeral, bill from William Donne, surgeon, for medicines and attendance, notes of cash at Raynham, list of plate, servants' legacies and wages, orders by Lord Townshend including that Philip Case is to deliver the harpsichord and organ to Mrs Walker, it being her property.
Correspondence between Philip Case, George, 4th viscount Townshend [later 1st marquess] and Edward Bacon, Bruton Street, about the death of the 3rd viscount on 14 March, his will, arrangements for the funeral, with letters from Lee Warner, Mr Coldham, James Jones, Lord Orford, executorship business, etc.
Lord Townshend, to Philip Case: 'your friend and my relation' [his son Charles Townshend] furnishes much conversation in town; he had accepted position as First Lord of the Admiralty but tried to insist on Mr Burrell's appointment to a seat on the board; further details and political gossip.