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DHRG No. 100646
Hogshead of Cyder sent to Exeter
DHRG No. 100647
Instructions about Livery required. Cyder received.
DHRG No. 100648
Mr. Sharp, Violin etc. teacher, to call on Mr. Seale soon.
DHRG No. 100649
Fox hounds and hunting.
DHRG No. 100650
Hounds not required at present.
DHRG No. 100651
Request for help for nephew becoming a midshipman.
DHRG No. 100652
Sir F. Rogers, Commissioner at Plymouth dead, Capt. Fanshawe away in West India Station. Governor Holdsworth might oblige.
DHRG No. 100653
Thanks for garden things & frames. Mr. Fanshawe just set out for London.
DHRG No. 100654
Concern over Mrs. A.M.S's & Mrs. Fanshawe's poor health - suggests a visit to Mount Boone or Castle Grove.
DHRG No. 100655
Mr. Newcomen, Clerk of the Dartmouth Turnpikes & Mr. Jeffery's enquiry about £100 possibly due to Mr. J. a school friend of C.F. Mr. Prideaux might know about coachman's wife's family. C.F. dined with Mr. Justice Buller.
Spanish war expected.
DHRG No. 100656
The difficulties Mr. T. has concerning granting ''deputations'' (licences to shoot game on a particular estate)
DHRG No. 100657
Unable to visit Castle Grove. Staying in Plymouth at that time. Ill for some time, Sister also ill. Expenses more than income.
DHRG No. 100658
On previous Saturday, news of Grand Fleet. Joy at possible war with Spain. Mr. Fanshawe expected to leave Town soon.
DHRG No. 100659
Mr. Lucas very angry over J.S's letter, but finally consented to allow all but pigeon boxes, he & Mr. Robbins would find materials & J.S. the labour. Mr. L. thought a very extravagent bill for Pint(?). Mr. F. before telling J.S. would only pay in full for rent to the last Lady Day, Mr. L. agreed he would pay for firing pigeon box: Mr. ? a rascal for taking it away. Mr. L. promised to put Castle Grove garden in order: saying all garden ware was his to sell. Mr. F. against him cutting before there was plenty . Mr. Brown cut cucumbers & cabbages. 2 armchairs (?) carried off on Mr. L's order. Plans for cutting Little & later Great Court Green. Mr. Wood ordered 3 months imprisonment for Mr. Melton's man, his mittimus possibility of J.S. pardening him. Request for reply.
DHRG No. 100660
Could not find J.S's carriage at Fozards Stables - no mention of Builder. JFL and his father returned to D.Castle 10 June. Many leaving London. Spanish War is chief topic.
DHRG No. 100661
Coach to be finished by 15th or 20th June
DHRG No. 100662
1st Draft:- Mr. Fanshawe or friend of his to bring down coach. 2nd Draft:- Too late, Mr. F. already left. Need to send it by waggon if safe. To be left at London Inn, Exeter with care . Pair of Harnesses & Bill to be sent too.
DHRG No. 100663
Hock not available. Madeira can be supplied. Hogshead £25
DHRG No. 100664
Whole cask to be sent by Coaster. A toast to be given to Mr. T at Mt. Boon whenever he can come there. Also order 6 doz. For Mr. C. Fanshaw at Holgate.
DHRG No. 100665
Propagation of Pinks and their availability. Distribution restrictions etc. . Shortage of glazed frames.