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Seale 0048 Charles Hayne to John Seale 14 ? 1733   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100206
Indisposed previous week, but better. Sorry that both Mr. Holdsworth's were unwell. Glad that Grandfather had visited C.H.'s brother & sister. Wrong if sister went to Plymouth. Hopefull of being invited to the wedding of J.S. and C.H.'s sister.

Seale 0049 Charles Hayne to John Seale13 Aug.1733   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100207
C.H. thought J.S. had forgotton him, hoped J.S. was not offended. He hoped to be allowed to come home to see J.S. & C.H's sisters now married.

Seale 0050 Charles Hayne to John Seale 3 Sept. 1733   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100208
Not CH's fault 'losing time' His brother wished to meet him at Exeter that Monday or Tuesday evening, Mr. Holdsorth had written the direction of the letter. Hopeful that JS approved. Glad will is proved. Sorry JS had to begin lawsuit again. No notice to be taken of Grandfather's opinion. CH hopes lawsuit will not be given up.

Seale 0065 Charles Hayne to John Seale 21 Feb.1733   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100209
John Seale's debt to Charles Hayne £1840.12s.6½d

Seale 0051 Charles Hayne to John Seale 6 Feb. 1734 (Changed from 1733)   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100210
CH grieved almost as much about his negligence in answering JS's letter as in losing his Papa & Mama (d 1733 & 1731 respectively) His sister had married & she was almost the only comfort CH had. JS his only friend. Snuff box not received when Mr. Penfound was in London. Hopeful of continuing practising the flute.

Seale 0052 John Pipon to John Seale 5 July 1734   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100211
DEATH OF PHILIP PIPON. The Chapel of St. Aubin not begun but the site was ready, with most of the stone & timber. JP thought that the Bishop of Winchester should be asked to renew the Licence. JS's mother (JP's aunt) had too much linen so had offered to send some to Dartmouth.

Seale 0053 Charles Hayne to John Seale17 Aug. 1734   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100212
People with experience of a married life should give advice concerning it. CH wished Mr. Penfound would tell him when he was sending bills & buckles

Seale 0054 Charles Hayne to John Seale 22 June 1735   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100213
Arrived Oxford previous night. Violent storm hail stones as large or larger than walnuts. The rain digging great holes.

Seale 0055 Peter Marett to John Seale re Chapel of St. Aubin 18 Sept.1735   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100214
Letters of 23 May & 12 June 1734 gave accounts of the progress of the Chapel of St. Aubin. JS pleased with result according to M.L Greffier & T. Pipon. Front almost up to the top of windows. Back almost complete. Door towards JS's house.. JS's mother had paid £25. P.M. was hopeful of more to come & that others could be encouraged to subscribe. Petitions, letters & copy of Licence were ready to send to the Bishop.
Peter Marett also representing the other founders of the chapel.

Seale 0056 Charles Hayne to Mrs. Mary Seale 11 Nov. 1735   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100215
Apologies for idleness & neglect. Hopeful of seeing M & J. Seale beginning of December, and a boy or girl soon after (I.e. birth of J.S. junior expected)

Seale 0057 Charles Hayne to John Seale 22 (Jan?) 1735   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100216
C.H. arrived at Oxford previous Friday. Roads very bad almost impassable in places; good company. Humble service to friends and especially to sister & nephew (John Seal Junior) Request to write letter to Dr. Paxton

Seale 0058 Elizabeth Pipon to (John Seale) 6 Feb. 1736   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100217
Letter given to G. Villeneuve for Mr. Mauger going aboard with linen for JS :- 3 pairs of bed clothes, a dozen table napkins, doublets etc. & a gold piece worth £80 (for John Seale junior)

Seale 0059 Charles Hayne to John Seale 1 April.1736   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100218
Received letter. Oxford man did not deserve compliments, Billingsgate breeding. Silver Bowl given to College by JS was for general use not just his. No news of JS coming to London. CH hopes he would come by Oxford. Proposals & subscriptions sent to J.S. one for J.S the other for friend.

Seale 0060 Elizabeth Pipon to John Seale13 April 1736   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100219
Letter of 7 March received, glad that all were well. Told JS was going to London. Hopeful that work on the Chapel of St. Aubin would begin soon. They had come for the second payment of £25. EP hoped that JS & family would make a short visit to Jersey. EP waited for JS's opinion before any agreement with the demands of people about land? near the chapel.

Seale 0061 Charles Hayne to John Seale 9 Sept.1736   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100220
Received J.S's letter. Cousin Holdsworth's ignorance of University customs. Long vacation 'Act'? to Michaelmas. Few people at Michaelmas in the University. They come just before Lent to take degrees. Hopeful seeing J.S. following week. Blessing to nephew (John Seale Junior who died young)

Seale 0062 Elizabeth Pipon to John Seale In French 2 Oct. 1737 ?   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100221
Sending £15 bill of exchange. Request for 6 bushels of good wheat & for various materials to make clothes etc.

Seale 0063 Charles Hayne to John Seale 14 Feb. 1737   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100222
Received 2 letters from J.S. Hoped the Porter had come, given into Jewell's charge to go on Capt. Andrews' ship. J.S.asked if he still wanted gun, coffee cups by Revee's

Seale 0066 Charles Hayne to John Seale 3 April 1740   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100223
Arrived at Bath previous Tuesday.Bath thin of company, barren of pretty girls. 70 old men & women to one young, so CH might be obliged to come home soon. Mr. Newcomen joined in compliments.

Seale 0067 Charles Hayne to John Seale 28 Feb. 1740   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100224
All letters come from J.S. Glad sister is getting better. Doubtful about JS staying at Exeter for his trial at the following session. Judge incapable of judging right from wrong. If no trial CH would like to see JS at Exon as he hoped to be there all assizes. JS's paper put on board Capt. Reeve's (ship)

Seale 0068 Charles Hayne to John Seale 14 Oct. 1741   Seale Family Papers      1600-1749 18thC
DHRG No. 100225
After arrival at Morgan's Coffee House where room full of people, foreigners plentiful so making the place disagreable so return to Devon might be sooner. Mr. Basset not yet been. CH wished to hear of sport with his dogs & whether CH & my Lord hunted together. Spoke with Marchant about JS's bill. It would be paid before CH should leave Bath.