584 Harley Charters.  86 E 14 (continued).  86 I 51. feast of St. Hilary, 21 Ric. II . Latin. Three seals decayed. The rent of a tenement in Monke Strete valued at 3^. qd. appears in the first Ministers' Account of the suppressed priory of Abergavenny (Monasticon, iv, 617). Lease by Hugh Morgan Aprice of Comistwyth Ill B 17-45.  111 B 17. in the parish of Llanvehangell a Croythen co. Cardigan to Thomas Bushell of London ; "all that rick or parcell of rockie grounde or lande called Craygamoyen [Craig y Mwn] in the said parish", with the tenements or cot- tages and mill there, with power to dig for and carry away all such minerals of what nature soever, in the same manner as enjoyed by Mathew and John Dequester ; term 21 years; rent ^8 per ann. ; 13 July 17 Charles I . Signed, Hugh Morgan. English. Heraldic seal. This series of twenty-nine deeds have relation to co. Brecon, and numerically few as they are, constitute an important contribution to the authentic topography and genealogy of that county. They appear to have been brought together by Hugh Thomas, the Breconshire herald, were amongst his bequests to Robert Harley, earl of Oxford (see his will p. 491 ante), and so became part great of the Harleian collections of manuscripts and charters. Agreement between Hopkyn Awbrey and Jankyn Awbrey of the one part, and John Walbeff, John ap Roger and James Walbeff of the other part, by way of marriage between the said Jankyn and Jonet Walbeff daughter of William Waldebeff. Brecknoke, 2 1 Oct., 22 Hen. VI I [ 1 506]. English. Fragment of seal. Hopkyn to convey to Jenkin and Jonet and their heirs land within the lordship of Brecon of the yearly value of five marks before the feast of Allhallows next ensuing, and to leave to the same on his decease lands and tenements to the value of five nobles, and the sum of ,5. John Walbeff and the others to pay 40 marks by the hands of Madok ap Jankyn, 30 marks to redeem certain lands and tenements then in mortgage to the said Madok, and 10 marks to Jenkin and Jonet at Michaelmas, 1508.
 111 B 18.  111 B 19.  HI B 20. Harley Charters. 585 Grant in fee simple by Hovvel ap David ap Gw[ily]m and Cecilia verch Morgan ap Tuna [?] to Rhys ap Morgan ap Meredith ; a tenement and lands in the parish of Estradvellte in the lordship of Brecon, ex- tending in length from the rivulet called Hepstey to the place called Karreg Gwernlloyn, and in breadth from Nant y Gwernlloyn to the lands of Llewelyn ap Hoell Duy. Witnesses : Philipp R[ees], Jankyn ap Morgan, Res ap Griff. Ll'n D[avid] Morgan et multis aliis; 30 Nov., 28 Hen. VIII . Latin. Two seals. The Hepste is a tributary of the Mellte, falling into the latter about two miles south of Ystrad Fellte. On the high ground between the two streams, and within half-a-mile of Castell Coch, the old one-inch Ordnance map places Carreg fawr, and a little further on is Gwern cefn y garreg, the former no doubt the Karreg Gwern llwyn of the charter. Bond by Ho[vvel] Dauit ap Gvvillym of Penderin in the lord- ship of Brecon, yeoman, and R[ees] Gr. Ll'n Dauit Morgan of Ystrat Vellte in the same lordship, yeoman, to R[ees] ap Morgan Meredydd of indebtedness in nine marks ; 18 April, 28 Hen. VIII . Witnesses: Wyllyam John Owen, Morgan ap Fragments of two seals. Rederith. Latin. On the dorse the condition of the obligation is that R. ap Morgan Meredydd shall hold a parcel of land called Tir Ho[wel] D'd ap Gwillym as security. English. Grant in fee simple by Thomas Ffaber and Agnes his wife to Res ap leru'th [lorwerth] and Alicia Ala . . . n [? 1'Anton] his wife, of a burgage in the suburbs of Brecon in the demesne of the lord prior of the church of St. John the Evangelist, situate in breadth between the burgage of John Sartry and the lane leading from the stone bridge over the Hotheney towards Saint Kaleth, and in length from the said lane to the highway going to the abbot's mill upon Hotheney. Witnesses : Roger VOL. n. K