Observations about fraudulent sales of lands in the reign of the late queen by certain auditors, including William Fisshar, deputy auditor, in which the rents are under-stated in the letters patent or the particulars. Endorsed by MM 'Sir Henry Woodhouses suit'
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.
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.
Philip Case, Lynn, to George Townshend: asks him to support his application to be both steward of the courts and receiver of the rents of the late Lord Colerane's estate in Norfolk. With note, verso, that Townshend claimed he never received it, but that it was found in one of his books.
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.
Accounts, statements and letters concerning the sale of the Middleton estate to Savage Mostyn, and investment of the monies in a trust administered by Peter Leheup junior, Dr Samuel Alston, Philip Case and Horatio Walpole, with receipts for sums invested in the 3 per cent annuities
Stephen Comyn, Corporation House, Salisbury Court, to Matthew Lambe, Lincoln's Inn: Lord Fitzwilliam has purchased Mr Rolfe's estates in Tilney and Wiggenhall, so fee farm rents are due to the Corporation of Clergymen's Sons.