Further executorship papers, including letter from Joseph Hart to Philip Case, 7 June 1789, 3 letters (including 1 copy) from William Rose to Messrs Lyon of Gray's Inn, and Robert Whincop, town clerk of Lynn, complaining of Philip Case's putting a stop to his auditing of the executors' accounts, December 1787, an inventory of Browne's goods, chattels, personal estate, etc., which have come into the hands of Edward Everard, his principal executor, 1789, etc.
Folder of letters arranged in chronological order and addressed to Philip Case, with a few to Edward Everard and Robert Whincop, relating to payment of debts due to Samuel Browne for loans, mortgages, wine, etc.
Articles of agreement tripartite, (1) Edward Roger Pratt of Ryston, Jacob Henry Astley of Burgh, (2) Philip Case of King's Lynn and Henry Bell of Wallington, (3) Edward Everard of King's Lynn: for sale of mansion house on Lathe Street for £4,000, property in Lynn and the White Lyon in Eye, Suffolk, for £3,900.
Declaration of trust, Philip Case, Edward Everard, Henry Bell, all of King's Lynn, and Edward Roger Pratt of Riston and wife Pleasance and Jacob Henry Astley of Burgh Stubbs and wife Hester, with related bond and executorship accounts.
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.