Seale Family Papers     1760-1769
Seale 0125 Boyle Burton to John Seale13 April 1760 (wrongly inscribed July)   18thC
DHRG No. 100278
Previous letter BB to JS delivered by Capt. Messervy about Little Horse? BB assumes JS saw Mr. J. Legeyt,an idle, lazy indolent Coxcomb, not to be lent one farthing.

Seale 0126 J. Seale to Boyle Burton Reply to 0125 April 1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100279
Received both letters brought by Mr. Messervy. Little horse with bridle etc. bought; requests instructions for sending. Thanks for caution about Mr. Le Geyt, who called previous day, but JS was out- calling again - warned by Messervy & Ahier.

Seale 0127 de Gruchy & Le Breton to John Seale 25 Sept.1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100280
Awaiting draft of £15 - 2. Pipon papers would be sent with the sugar by the first ship. Kind of sugar required? Executors of legacies had very little cash in hand, but should have some in 30 days. Nothing heard from Mr. J. La Breton about bill.

Seale 0128 Boyle Burton to John Seale 13 Oct. 1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100281
Mr. Stevens satisfield that BB was on board the Indiaman; cargo of crockery, silks etc. In dock without masts or sails. Mrs. BB bought cups & saucers for JS. BB asked for his brother's 2 boxes of shells to be sent.

Seale 0129 Joshua Pipon to John Seale 4 Nov. 1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100282
J.P's father's protection of the Seale family much undervalued. JS's unjust contempt of JP's character and usage of Mrs.J.P. who had sole management of her estate. JP not afflicted with JS's fathers disorder. JP's family entitled to be in possession of late brother David's estate. Money intended for JS's education not appropriated by DP £7 paid by DF for JS to Mr. Thomblison appeared not to be repaid. Papers concerning JS left with Mr. De Grunchy.

Seale 0130 J. Seale to Joshua Pipon (Reply to 0129) Dec. 1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100283
J.P. taken great offence at JS's mentioning his affairs as a minor in Champery. His money without interest in Master's hands until JS was able to demand the principal. John P stayed with JS on return from Ireland. JP wanted better house in Jersey. Untrue JS had servant & horse when at school. JS cannot remember ever seeing his father & assumes he harmed no one. Mrs. P's letter & Maugers receipe explain the legacy. Request for La Couteur to discharge Legacy. JS would investigate David P's legacy..

Seale 0131 Susanne Pipon to John Seale 4 Nov. 1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100284
Her husband informed S.P. that J.S. had refused to pay arrears of her legacy and had the profit of it since Mr. Seale died. Unjust criticism of her very good husband's treatment of her. J.S. evidently unaware of his reponsibility to S.P.'s sister.

Seale 0132 J.Seale to Mme. Susanne Pipon (Reply to 0131) Nov 1760   18thC
DHRG No. 100285
Never J.S.'s intention to contest their uncle's donation to Susanne P's mother. J.S. would pay any arrears but he did not know the date his Aunt (S.P.'s mother) died. Mr. P.seemed to be offended because J.S. told what he had been told though had not believed. J.S. very glad to hear it was untrue & wished them all happiness.

Seale 0133 Joshua Pipon to John Seale 23 Jan. 1761   18thC
DHRG No. 100286
J.P. still offended by J.S.'s reflection on his character and behaviour towards his wife. J.P.'s father's trouble to get J.S. fixed in his property & protected against greed of the person in control (Lord Macclesfield). J.P. induced to mention J.S.'s father by J.S's reproaches. Proofs were enclosed, also certificate of J.P.'s mother-in-law burial. Mr. Seale's death probably in December 1739. Request for the names of the scandal mongers.

Seale 0134 J. Seale to Joshua Pipon (Reply to 0133) Jan. 1761   18thC
DHRG No. 100287
J.P. augmenting misunderstanding. J.S. did not believe what was said by a near relation of J.P. whose name J.S. would not reveal. J.S. not in possession of property till he comes of age. Lord Chancellors & Master's has management of orphan's funds. J.S. hoped his father was honest. J.S. ready to pay arrears of Aunt's annuity, one of her daughters still alive & under J.P.'s guardianship. Legal requirements needed to inherit. John the only attorney in Jersey.

Seale 0135 21 Ph: Vyvyan to Seale Esq Jan. or June 1761   18thC
DHRG No. 100288
Corporation of Plymouth's enquiry whether Honour Hingston was still alive & number of years unexpired granted to Robert Berry following her death.

Seale 0136 Mrs. Hayne’s School Bills for Mary & Sarah Hayne. to Ann Norman & Mary Mauger 27 Mar.1761 H.P. ghynsch   18thC
DHRG No. 100289
Mrs. Hayne's School Bills for Mary & Sarah Hayne.
Board, lodging, clothes, books, pens etc. Seat in church, schooling etc. Mrs. Follar's Milliners Bills. Mr. Orpen, the music mastor's Bills. Total £47-16s-07d

Seale 0139 Rev. Thomas Seale to John Seale 16 June 1762   18thC
DHRG No. 100290
Rev. T. S. & sister arrived home after visit to Mt. Boon. Betsy (Seale) taken back to school. Mr. Cholwich en route to Oxford hoping to become Dr.C. The locum tenens very ill. Best respects to Mr. & Mrs. Goodrich.

Seale 0140 John Seale to Rev. Thomas Seale (Reply to 0139) 27 June 1762   18thC
DHRG No. 100291
Visit to Mount Boon too short. Thanks for taking care of little Betsy. JS left Exeter to deal with the hay. Almost no rain since 10 June. Compliments from Mr. Goodridge & ladies near Exeter.

Seale 0141 Mary Hayne to William Creed 3 Nov, 1762. HP.1032fzd D.R.O   18thC
DHRG No. 100292
Jacky Southcote's accounts. MH with Mr. Exley that morning. Mr. E. required letter from Mr. Creed, who should desire Mr. E. to carry the affair before the Master. If the affair is not finished when MH should leave London she would be served 10 times worse by her wicked husband.

Seale 0143 Rev. Thomas Seale to John Seale 31 Jan. 1763   18thC
DHRG No. 100293
Apologies for long silence. Somerford, a good stopping place for Thomas & Fownes. JS's sons . Oxford recommended for them. The Principal of Hartford visited Rev. T.S. in 1762 & discussed this. Congratulations to JS & Miss Rogers on the marriage. Compliments to remaining Miss R. of Franklyn and Mr. & Mrs. Goodrich. Thanks to Mrs.Molly housekeeper. Philip bent on going to Jersey etc.

Seale 0144 Capt. Samuel Youlden to C. Hayne? 10 Jul. 1763 H.P. I. 101   18thC
DHRG No. 100294
Arrived Pittyharbour 21 June, very bad catch:20 sail of vessels looking for capeling which came very late. Sold 400 Quentals of fish to Mr. Mercy's ship of London, partly in exchange for salt. Received pot of butter & ham by Capt. French. Capt. Y. had a good banter to draw on.

Seale 0145 Rev. Ths. Seale to J. Seale 15 Oct. 1763   18thC
DHRG No. 100295
Elizabeth Seale going to school at Bath. Two boarding schools there. Hopes to visit her with Mrs. T.S, written to 2 cousins in London. Sorry that Godson did not relish Academy, another employment for him preferable. Hopes cousins will see Charles Long when he comes & that Jacky gets on at Exeter school. Cyder Act needs change.

Seale 0147 Thos. Skinner to John Seale 24 Jan. 1764   18thC
DHRG No. 100296
Capt. Teage arrived from Lisbon with hogshead of wine, taken to Capt. Robert Newman's cellars. Capt. Cooper died of gout in the head previous Sunday, worth 2-3000 guineas. Will, if any, unknown.

Seale 0148 Charles Taylor (uncle) to Chas. Hayne (nephew) 17 Mar 1764 H.P. 1. 82   18thC
DHRG No. 100297
Charles Junior got safe to Eton. Thanks for fish. CT supposes that all legal expenses paid to Sam would be allowed in costs. Cholwich stopped from proceeding. Sir. R. Bampfylde proposed repeal of Cyder Bill, desirable but impracticable. Cyder members blamed for not amending rather than insisting on repealing the Act. Parson Hutchings a merry priest. etc.

Seale 0149 Mary Hayne to William Creed 30 Oct, 1764 H.P. 1032fze   18thC
DHRG No. 100298
The care of Jacky Southcote. Mr. Exley just returned from Yorkshire. Papers ready to lay before the Master who was a good man. Cholwich making a fine penny of Jacky by the means of Mr. Hayne's uncle (C.Taylor?) M.H. has confidence in Mr. Exley, her stay in London very disagreeable if her children had not been so near.

Seale 0150 Thomas Seale to John Seale 3 November 1764   18thC
DHRG No. 100299
T.H.S. arrived 2 November. Mr. Newton's house full. Trist found lodgings near St. Clement's owned by disagreeable Mr. Fish. T.H.S. hoped to move to Mr. Western's who was moving house. Mr. Radcliffe & Mrs. Stroude came up with T.H.S. Mr. Taylor setting out to London the following Monday. THS hoped to see Mr. Fanshaw soon. Letter delivered to Mr. March who would enquire of Mr. Dunning if he would advise JHS on his studies.

Seale 0151 Mary Hayne to Charles Hayne 12 Nov. 1764 H.P. 2. 74   18thC
DHRG No. 100300
Polly (ie. Mary) Hayne's illness. Mrs. Hayne returned with her to Chelsea, putting her under the charge of the school apothecary, her health improving. Sally (ie: Sarah) Hayne's was better. Mrs. Hayne at Eton to see Charlie Hayne junior getting better, but continuing with blister till his return home. His doctor Dr. Barth.

Seale 0152 Mary Hayne to William Creed 27 Nov. 1764 H.P. 1032fzf   18thC
DHRG No. 100301
Anxious about W.Creed's health.Mr. Goodridge says Jacky Southcote & Charles Hayne were in London. Scarlet Fever at Eton. Mr. Exley said that the Master thought the allowance for infants very reasonable. Cholwich's clerk on behalf of Charles Hayne, Mr & Mrs Adams & Miss Creed had no instructions from Mr. Hayne. Mr. Taylor, deputy Remembrances desired Mr. Radcliffe to write to Mr. Hayne. The Master had ordered writs to hear Mr. Hayne's answer or objection. M.H. assured all would be well for her to go to Lupton.

Seale 0153 Thos. Jones to Col. Hayne H.P. 1 73 27 Nov. 1764   18thC
DHRG No. 100302
Persuaded to accompany friends to Brighthelston Thanks for 5 guineas. TJ would repay. Jack very ill. Thanks for help. TJ under terrible burden. Letter sent to Jack to be forwarded. Intended to go to E(a)ton to see Mr. Hayne. Mr & Mrs. Adam & Miss Creed.

Seale 0154 P Mauger to John Seale 10 Dec. 1764 (Southampton 23 December)   18thC
DHRG No. 100303
J.S. should be able to get tenants paying £20-22 per quarter. Letter of attorney should be adequate. Any errors in Messrs Le Breton accounts to be related to Mr. Marrett. P.M. would dispose of all the rents if required.

Seale 0155 T.H.Seale to John Seale 22 Jan. 1765   18thC
DHRG No. 100304
Arrived previous Saturday. Work done at Exeter. Mr. Comyn's bill (enclosed) paid. About to go to bed when Harris, Woodley, Skinner & Martin called. Carting? affair undetermined. Mr. Green said no disadvantage in Spain to English traders, invites THS to his house. Turnpike in favour. Ld.Howe and Mr. Jeffries with printed bills in Parliament. Called on Fanshawes, Miss Rogers knitting.

Seale 0156 Mary Hayne to Mr. Newcomin 15 Feb. 1765 H.P. 1 p 75   18thC
DHRG No. 100305
Thanks for Mr. N's letter & Mr. Exley's relating to Jackey Southcote's affairs, & copy of affidavit. Jackey's allowance confirmed by Master. Hope of an end to M.H.'s troublesome affair - husband's abuse continued. - can expect nothing if Master listens to Taylor & Cholwich.

Seale 0157 Mrs. A.M. Seale to Mrs. Jane Soaper 27 Feb. 1765   18thC
DHRG No. 100306
Request for black silk sack & Peticoat to be delivered at Sir John Rogers' having been left with Mr. James Williams Gardner..

Seale 0158 T.H.Seale to John Seale 1 June 1765   18thC
DHRG No. 100307
Elizabeth Seale reached Mt. Boon safely. T.S. spoke to Mr. Marsh, who was off to Twickenham. Deficiency & delay of his account of the state of the stocks. Promise of a swift response. Thanks for offer TS would draw money from Mr. M. T.S. still had cold; fear of a strange grasping apothecary.

Seale 0159 Wm. Brown Junr. to Charles Hayne 23 Aug. 1765 H.P. 2 72   18thC
DHRG No. 100308
Recipe for pickling salmon. Hoping C.H. has thrown away his sticks and benefited from the waters of Bath. Colliers riot in Newcastle.

Seale 0160 H. Fownes Seale to John Seale 29 August 1765   18thC
DHRG No. 100309
Sailing delayed by Captain's illness & unfavourable wind forced to stop at Gravesend to show Clearance. Hopes to leave 30 August. 7 other passengers. Received 3 guineas from Mr. Green. HFS changed this into dollars as English money would lose value in Spain.

Seale 0161 H. Fownes Seale to John Seale 23 Nov. 1765   18thC
DHRG No. 100310
HFS sailed from Gravesend 30 August; Delayed about a week on The Downs. H.F.S. sea-sick: he missed seeing Dartmouth, passed very early in morning. Fair journey to Gibralter, agreeable passengers. Very bad weather near Minorca; unable then to go to Barcelona. Allowed to stay on board with Captain near Nice. Invitation from merchants, & Bullard the English Consul. At Nice HFS embarked on a Spanish ship to Marseiles where Mr. Sollicaffre invited him to stay. HFS took a French ship to Barcelona arriving Sunday 17 November. Mr. Ford welcomed him there.

Seale 0162 Copy by John Seale (1705-77) of Mariner’s Legal Contracts 12 Feb. 1766 5 April 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100311
Mariners' legal contracts. 12 March 1766

Seale 0163 Mary Hayne to Charles Hayne Senior 6 April 1766 H.P. 2 9   18thC
DHRG No. 100312
Safe arrival at Bath, cough better. Seeing that day Mr. & Mrs. Greenwood & family.

Seale 0164 Mary Hayne to William Creed H.P.032fzg no date   18thC
DHRG No. 100313
Visit to Kingsbridge deferred, after MH saw Mr. Goodridge & as Mr. Hayne had gout. Wish to discuss the affair with Mr. Exley; no apparent reason for delay. MH & Jacky (Southgate) ill used.Mr. Exley & the Master's death. Bearer of letter an artful person. Mr. Will Southcote was dead.

Seale 0165 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 29 April 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100314
Glad JS & AMS safely back at Mt. Boon: death of Lady Rogers. Mr. Green not found at home, probably often at Mortlake; delivered letter to Mrs. Leach in Pallmall, no longer at Cleveland. THS now in Chambers in Lyons Inn, with gentleman acquaintance.

Seale 0166 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 29 May 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100315
Sir J.Rogers en route to London. Mr. F. Rogers there for some days. Dined at Mr. ffanshawe's the previous day. He was soon off to Edinburgh, but planned routes unsettled. THS only once in his company. Determination of Mr. French's affair. Surpised at Mr. Mansfield. Indecent application to Mr. French by the Parish of St. Petrox. S.F.Norton's & Mr. Dunning's disapprobation of the Courts decision.

Seale 0167 H.F.Seale to John Seale 2 June 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100316
No letters from JS. since 28 February. HFS recovering from fever. Not much faith in the doctors. Mr. Ford's great kindness; his offer to include news of it in Mr. Green's letter or his own refused. Mr. Curtoy's the bookeeper set out to England a day or two before the fever started with a letter from HFS.Mr. C. returning after a few months to commence a partner.

Seale 0168 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 19 June 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100317
THS's last letter not received. Mr. De Gruchy said that as Mr. Le Breton had gone to East India's J.S.'s affairs should be left to his partner. THS waiting for advice about this. THS intended going with Mr. Luttrell to Exeter following week. Request for small remittance from Mr. Marsh. Letter from Henry in Barcelona received.

Seale 0169 T H Seale to A Holdsworth? No date 1766??   18thC
DHRG No. 100318
J.S. agreed that Porch would be taken down. Bad state of roads in Dartmouth. Repeated application to Council useless; Indictment only effective method. Mr. French & Mr. Brown, mayors, both acknowledged bad state. Rumour that Superior Power had prevented work out of malice to Mt. Boon family. Cutting down a few trees near Mount Boon though allowed by Act of Parliament unnecessary. JS gave up lease on Poor House to help the poor. New lease requires the poor to grind their corn at town mill. Safeguard needed if miller is bad.

Seale 0170 T H Seale? to A Holdsworth? No date 1766??   18thC
DHRG No. 100319
Scurrilous letter received Moreleigh highways shamefull, out of repair. Threat of fine or indictment if A.Holdsworth? as princial landowner did not repair the roads. Mr. Shapleigh should have checked the truth of report before vilifying an inocent person.

Seale 0171 Chas Hayne to Mary Hayne No month or day 1766 H.P. 2 76   18thC
DHRG No. 100320
Unable to pass rest of life in Peace and quietness unless there is a separation from Mary Hayne

Seale 0172 T.H.Seale to John Seale 17 Aug. 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100321
THS staying at Blachford till 26 August when families at Blachford, Dock & Plymouth visit Mt. Boon & Waddon. Previous Thursday week went with Sir J. Ragen to Mrs. Fanshawe's at Plymouth, dined with Mrs. Tolcher, Fanshawe, Ridout & Sheppard & Mr. Tolcher; all returned to Blachford plus wardrobe. After dinner Mr. Henry T. showed THS the Baths & grounds at Stonehouse: Fine view. Lord Edgcumbe gave breakfast for 500. Mr. Fanshawe showed JHS Huckworthy Bridge. Mr.Tolcher's chosen habitation. Venison from Commissioner & Newton.

Seale 0173 J. Seale to H.F.Seale (Inscribed 3 October 1766) 28 Oct. 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100322
Deaths of Mr. Taylor of Maridge & of Mrs. Luttrell about 2 months since.Mr. G. paid. Request for silk not too expensive, & pipe of Segis wine & sent by Exeter or Plymouth; if by London then c/o Mr. Green. Possibly send sample of fruits. Mr. fford gone to a Bath for his disorder. Miss R(ogers) bought a house in St. Sidwell. Silk to be sent by a safe hand.

Seale 0174 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 11 Nov. 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100323
Arrived safely in Town & in good health. Sir J. Rogers & Mrs. Fanshawe came up in the Oxford Inn Coach. Lady F. dissatisfield. AMS's letters delivered to Mrs. Leach:her gratitude & German tour.: Mr. Worthingtons instructions about the stockings acquired at Exeter for JS. Request for one stocking as a pattern. Miss Rogers' letter delivered to Mrs. Fanshawe. Mrs. F. went to see her sister's house. Cryptic note about G.Taylor & horse etc.

Seale 0175 Henry Fownes Seale to John Seale 29 Nov. 1766   18thC
DHRG No. 100324
Letters possibly lost in post; much rain: letter of 28 October received 28 Nov. - deaths of Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Luttrell. Thanks for reimbursing Mr. Green with sum taken up from Mr. Ford. Commissions still outstanding till Newfoundland ships arrive. HFS would choose silks & wine; no news.

Seale 0183 Rev. Thos Seale to John Seale 21 July 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100325
T.H.Seale delivered letter from J. Seale on his return homewards. Unable for Rev. T. Seale & his sister to accept invitation to Mt. Boon. Rev. TS had violent pain. Invitation for T.H.Seale to come to Somerford on his trips to & from London.

Seale 0176 Th. H. Seale to J Seale 31 Jan. 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100326
Post-chaise from Totnes, safe arrival. Miss Rogers' letter delivered. Thanks from Mrs. Fanshawe to AMS. Mrs. Fanshawe's invitation but no Elizabeth Seale. Mrs. Shepherd gone into the country. Discourse of town mainly on Indian matters;Lord Chatham's indiscrete threat. Commission at Exeter carried out.

Seale 0178 Sarah Hayne to Charles Hayne (Senior) 28 Mar. 1767 H.P. 2 11   18thC
DHRG No. 100327
Glad that father is better. Employ of English Tutor designed by Mrs. Cockerell for perfecting the young ladies in English, writing & Religion. Latin not taught at school, only privately. S wished to learn it but not without permission.

Seale 0179 T.H.Seale to John Seale (Inscribed 8 April 1767) 9 May 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100328
Arrived 8 May via Exeter, Bath, Chippenham, Somerford. Rev. T. Seale expecting soon to retire. Thanks JS for offer of house. Mrs. Hayne, Miss Newcomen, Scot relations of Dr. Dickinson seen on journey. Mr. Luttrell secured his election at Minehead. Mr. Shiffner opposed to Mr. L. Mrs. Robins affected about prosecution of Ball. Money she paid deposited with Miss Rogers. India Co. exceeding charter. Hopes to see Mr. le Breton.

Seale 0180 H. Fownes Seale to John Seale 4 July 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100329
Received of letter of 4 June 1767, pleased all well & post faults forgotten. Strong prohibition of things from Spain in England. Pleased of welfare of (Rev T) Seale & his sister. New Captain General or Viceroy received by Governor. Jesuits refused admittance. Prophecy of Archbishop Brownswell of Dublin against them.

Seale 0181 Richd. Trist to Thos. Henry Seale 14th May 1765 to 10 July 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100330
First note dated in 1765. Bill for clothes, box with key, buttons, flannel, shalloon etc. etc. Total £37-1s-1½d Paid in full 30 November.

Seale 0177 26 Peter Mauger to John Seale Mar. 1766 to 3 Jan. 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100331
Current Account in Jersey (in French).
Total £14640 - 14s - 8d.
Balance due to Mr. Mauger £1273

Seale 0182 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 16 July 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100332
No hope of seeing cousins that summer in Devon. (Rev T) Seale had bad leg: great pain. His sister was well, impatient at not visiting Devon. Le Breton nowhere to be found, money owed by him Drawn on Mr. Marsh 18 Guineas. Owed as much by 2 friends. Received 14 guineas, complications concerning accounts. Expecting to be in Exeter following Tuesday.

Seale 0184 Th. H Seale to John Seale 10 Nov. 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100333
Arrived safely - glad Mrs. AMS & family were well. Saw Lord Mayors' Show, very trifling. Lord Orford unlikely to support Palke etc. at the General Election unless bribed. Request for Lottery Tickets numbers. Capt. Yaulden's whereabouts required for carpet to be sent to Dartmouth.

Seale 0185 Henry Fownes Seale to John Seale (Inscribed 9 Nov) 14 Nov. 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100334
Anxious - no letter from home since 2 July. THS forced to take up £40 to pay for clothes., barbarous method of washing them. Talk of War, French & Spanish ambassador having left London, Probably untrue Spanish Monarch finished with Jesuits. He had seized the riches of friars & reduced the religious orders of Barcelona.

Seale 0186 No date Southsea & Bank Annuities written by John Marsh – transcript.   18thC
DHRG No. 100335
Southsea & Bank Annuities

Seale 0186 No date Southsea & Bank Annuities written by John Marsh – document.   18thC
DHRG No. 100336
Southsea & Bank Annuities

Seale 0187 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 2 Dec. 1767 (10 Dec. 1767) Inscribed wrong date   18thC
DHRG No. 100337
Hopeful of leaving London 3 December for Mt. Boon via Somerford. Letter from (Rev.T.Seale) asking date & promising horses would be sent to meet THS at Chippenham. Mr. Taylor's stolen marriage to satirical unhandsome woman, worth £5-£6,000. Concern about contageous disease of horses. Mrs. Fanshawe sending Mrs. AMS's bonnet.

Seale 0186a Receipt from John Marsh 3 Dec. 1767 – transcript.   18thC
DHRG No. 100338
Receipt £18 in part of money due. Remittance due £12

Seale 0186a Receipt from John Marsh 3 Dec. 1767 – document.   18thC
DHRG No. 100339
Receipt £18 in part of money due. Remittance due £12

Seale 0188 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 10 Dec. 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100340
Unable to persuade the Rev. T. Seale to accompany T.H.S. to Mr. Boon. Hopes to be at Exeter via Bath following Thursday night. Requests for horses to meet him there.

Seale 0190 Rev. Thos. Seale to John Seale 15 Dec. 1767   18thC
DHRG No. 100341
T.H.Seale had just left the Rev. TS to return to J. Seale. Hopeful that Mrs. A.M.Seale had recovered.

Seale 0198 R. Trist’s second bill to Thos. Henry Seale 27 November 1767 to 10 November 1768 – transcript   18thC
DHRG No. 100342
Trist's Second Note dated in 1768 Bill for clothes, cleaning & mending clothes, Buttons, Sewing Silk, canvas, dimity, silk, shalloon etc. etc. 10 November 1768. Received contents in full £23 - 0 - 8 - £ 6 - 19 - 6

Seale 0198 R. Trist’s second bill to Thos. Henry Seale 27 November 1767 to 10 November 1768 – document   18thC
DHRG No. 100343
Trist's Second Note dated in 1768 Bill for clothes, cleaning & mending clothes, Buttons, Sewing Silk, canvas, dimity, silk, shalloon etc. etc. 10 November 1768. Received contents in full £23 - 0 - 8 - £ 6 - 19 - 6

Seale 0191 Henry Geare to Thos. Seale 22 Jan 1768   18thC
DHRG No. 100344
Henry Geare Thos. Seale Exeter. Letter came to Mr. G. in father's absence about Citation for Mr. Kendall's licence to seat in Cornworthy Church granted at vestry to Mr. S.. Mr. ffurlew agreed Mr. S. & Mr. ffull had reason to object. Next court due 13 Jan. Signed by Mr. G. Senior

Seale 0192 Henry Fownes Seale to John Seale 30 Jan. 1768   18thC
DHRG No. 100345
News that family was well. Father's reproof of HFS's expenses. Lottery tick £13-6s-6d. Drew £20 prize. Mr. Curtoys brought Capt. Pallard's letter from Dartmouth mentioning J.S.'s kind reception of him & nephew at Mt. Boon & the order for gun barrel which he mounted on an old stock, now put on board Capt. Dessiou's on Robert Newman's ship.

Seale 0193 Wm. Creed to Mary Hayne 4 February 1768 H.P. 1. 98   18thC
DHRG No. 100346
Letter forwarded to go to Mr. Exley. Mary Hayne's comments to be sent too.

Seale 0194 Mary Hayne to (Mr. Exley) 4 February . 1768 H.P. 1. 98   18thC
DHRG No. 100347
Ist draft Southcote's sudden journey to London. His intended marriage to Miss Luttrell, unknown to his friends. Request to Mr. Exley to help Southcote in his affairs. Creed & MH did advise him but advice not acted upon. Receiver not yet pass(ed) his account but goes on the same plan.

Seale 0195 Mary Hayne to (Mr. Creed) 4 February . 1768 H.P. 1. 98   18thC
DHRG No. 100348
2nd draft. As above & M.H. settled the account that lay so long between Mr. Hayne & Mr. Newcomin, Mr. N. paid the balance in his hand. Mr. Lutterall appeared to know what is good for the family.

Seale 0196 Th. H. Seale to John Seale 30 September 1768   18thC
DHRG No. 100349
Arrived previous Tuesday: Sir John (Rogers) was alone. The Mr. Fanshawes left day before. Went to Plymouth -Wednesday. With Mayor at Church & public dinner Thursday evening returned with Mrs. Fanshawe to Blachford. Comm'r at Saltash., mayor. Mrs. Ridout home Wednesday. J.S. had promised to be at Blachford the next or following week. The Comm'r soon off to Bath.

Seale 0197 From Th. H. Seale 22 October 1768   18thC
DHRG No. 100350
THS had no wish to enter into altercation. After more than 2 years application (that the road should be repaired) the reponse had been unsatisfactory. Threat of £100 penalty was needed it appeared, before a nearby parish would repair a road. THS believed that Mr. French having procured materials to repair the Steps & Road to Combe was prevented by a superior power (AH?) If any tree near Mt. Boone was damaging the road it would be lopped or removed. John Seale (junior) had no intention of giving up the Ropewalk. THS had no intention of inspecting the Corporations street apart from ?

Seale 0199 Bond to Thomas Morrill 23 November 1768   18thC
DHRG No. 100351
Bond to Thomas Marrill to surrender Chamber in Garden Court No. 2 at Michas Term 1771. Legal obligations etc. Receipt of 18 December 1772 hands of John Marsh £41 -1s - 6d by T. Morrill.

Seale 0207 Richard Trist’s third bill to Thomas Henry Seale 25 Nov. 1768 8 Dec. 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100352
Third (Bill) not dated in 1769 Cash lent £6 -13s - 6d Various clothes, Serge, Buckram,Canvas & Stays, Dimity Lace, Sewing silk & Twist etc. etc£90 - 16s - 9½ d

Seale 0200 Charles Hayne (senior) Will proved May 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100353
Will made 9 July 1768.
Internment at Brixham Church, Daughters Mary & Sarah to be given £500 over & above marriage settlement & £20 expenses yearly till age 21 or marriage. To Servant Richard Trist all plain woollen clothes & £15 annuity, remainder to Charles H. then M.H. & then SH & heirs respectively. Codicil: 7 March 1769 R.T. to have nothing. Charles to have chaise, harnesses & chaise horses but his mother & her children not to be allowed any use of it.

Seale 0201 C.Hayne (junior) to E.Taylor 19 March 1769 H.P. 1 83   18thC
DHRG No. 100354
Charles H. senior in deplorable state of delirium & sense, also dropsy; in bed previous 3 days and will take no medicine & little else. Request to know time E.Taylor would be leaving London and the price of seeds ordered by C.H.senior. Respects to Mr. & Miss Luttrell. This breaks off suddenly.

Seale 0202 C.Hayne (Junior) to E.Taylor (On the same sheet as 0201) 19 March 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100355
Charles H. senior died previous Tuesday mainly due to dropsy. He was buried in the Vault at Brixham; in deplorable condition for nearly a week before he died.

Seale 0203 E. Taylor to Charles Hayne 25 March 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100356
Great concern at news long expected. Thought of kindness experienced at Lupton & the long illness. E.T's mother & family send condolences. (Charles Haynes senior died Friday March 1769)

Seale 0204 John Gawler to Rich’d Harris Atty 8 May 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100357
Thanks for letter about JS's & late Mr.Forty's affair -F's estate limited to Lang & Penfound in Trust. L & P were dead so difficult to get facts. JG wrote to J.S. to find what he knew. 1. When & how Debt became due & 2. How was account settled at time of Sale etc. Note by JS.: Indenture of Release dated 11 March 1756 whereby premises were conveyed to JS for £550. Mortgage from Lang, Penfound & Forty to JS for £430 is on 30 Sept. 1751

Seale 0205 Richard Harris to John Seale 6 June 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100358
Acknowledgement of receipt of 3 Bank Bills of £100 each and 4 on Mr. Child for £50 each, total £500. Glad Mrs. A.M.Seale & sister are better after colds, & that the Counsellor had arrived safely in London.

Seale 0206 Richard Harris to John Seale 23 Oct. 1769   18thC
DHRG No. 100359
Received JS's letter with bills when on horseback going to keep Mr. Savery's Courts, returning the following Saturday.

Letter form Th. H. Seale to John Seale   18thC
DHRG No. 102922