Thomas Coke to Thos Williams in Brecknock, 17th September 1781
Letter in which Thomas Coke discusses with Thomas Williams, his attorney, the raising of £150 on bond or mortgage in relation to his house.
It would seem Williams was not the best communicator, or possibly fastest worker. There are many letters from Coke to Williams in the museum's collection in which Coke refers to unanswered letters, or where Coke was obliged to write twice, and sometimes three times, in relation to the same matter.
See also a number of other examples of Coke's correspondence with Williams in the Online Collection.